Welcome to 2021 IPB-FFTC International Online Workshop and Seminar

Online Workshop

22 Sept 2021 – 08.00 -17.00 (GMT+7 – Jakarta Time)

Online Seminar

23 Sept 2021 – 08.00 -17.00 (GMT+7 – Jakarta Time)

Adaptation and Adoption of Agricultural Sensors, Information Communication Technologies, and Smart Supply Chains to Support Smallholder Farmers

Strengthen international cooperation on adaptation and adoption of agricultural sensors and other ICT technologies in smallholders

Adaptation and Adoption of Agricultural Sensors, Information Communication Technologies, and Smart Supply Chains to Support Smallholder Farmers

Organized by IPB University and Food and Fertilizer Technology Center (FFTC)

Rationale

Smart and resilient agriculture is essential to address future disruption and challenges, such as climate change, COVID-19 pandemic, large scale floods, and droughts. During the pandemic, the agriculture sector in countries like Indonesia can still maintain its growth despite challenges in people and good mobility. Small-medium enterprises and smallholder farmers are still dominant, especially in the Asia-Pacific, with key factors of  low technology adoption and low productivity. Solutions are necessary among others through the support from advances in technologies such as agricultural sensors, other Information Communication Technologies (ICTs), including Internet of Thing (IoT), blockchain, computer vision, big data, artificial intelligence (AI), automation, robotics and assistive devices, and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), etc. However, considering variabilities in existing farming systems and business, adaptation processes are required in order to be effectively adopted by smallholders considering local culture as well as existing practice and policy. Taking advantage of experiences on the development of adaptation and adopting of smart agriculture and supply chain from FFTC member countries, an international seminar is planned.

Objective

  • To exchange knowledge and experiences on adaptation and adoption of agricultural sensors and other ICT technologies in smallholders (e.g. advances in smart agriculture technologies).
  • To strengthen international cooperation among stakeholders for wider adoption of technology and smart supply chain management (e.g., collaboration for impactful use of agricultural sensing and other ICT technologies and shorter supply chain).
  • To increase the public’s level of awareness on the use of technology for securing sustainable agriculture (e.g., science – policy/practice interface).

Themes of 2021 IPB-FFTC International Online Workshop & Seminar

“Adaptation and Adoption of Agricultural Sensors, Information Communication Technologies, and Smart Supply Chains to Support Smallholder Farmers”

Advances of agricultural sensors and other ICTs in smart farming

  • Technology includes, for examples, sensors, Internet of Thing (IoT), blockchain, computer vision, big data, artificial intelligence (AI), automation, robotics, assistive devices, and unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), etc. with the focus of its application.
  • Focus on the technology applicable for smallholder farmers and farming systems.

Successful cases of smart farming systems and supply chains (crops, livestock, aquaculture)

  • Collaboration for impactful application of agricultural sensors and other ICT technologies and lesson-learned in smart agriculture start-up business for smallholder farmers.
  • For examples, business models involving small holder farmers, agri-business led collective farming systems and supply chains.

Support policies and public private partnership

  • The science and policy interface of smart agriculture technologies and lessons-learned from agribusiness development amid pandemics.
  • Government support policy, infrastructure/ facility for rural areas, smart phone, facility/machine sharing and service (e.g., use of automatic machineries, UAV), incentives for public private partnership (PPP), private sector involvement, best practices and policy/ measures, and capacity development.

Speakers | 2021 IPB-FFTC International Online Workshop

Plant Phenotyping Technology to Enhance Smart Farming

Takashi OKAYASU

Ph.D., Associate Professor, Kyushu University, Department of Agro-environmental Sciences, Laboratory of Agricultural Machinery and Production Systems Design.

 

Best Practice of Agri-tech Start-up for Farmers’ Welfare: Agri-Tech and Agribusiness Integration to Support Agricultural Ecosystem in Indonesia

Bayu Dwi Apri Nugroho

Ph.D , Faculty of Agricultural Technology, Universitas Gadjah Mada

 

Portable Vis/near-infrared spectrometer for point-of-need quality assessment of agro-food products

Y. Aris Purwanto

Professor, Department of Mechanical and Biosystem Engineering, IPB University Indonesia

 

Management of Agricultural Technology Transfer in IAARD Indonesia

Ketut Gede Mudiarta

Indonesian Agency for Agricultural Research and Development (IAARD) Ministry of Agriculture, Republic of Indonesia

Improvement of subtropical agriculture of sugarcane cultivation using ICT in Okinawa, Japan

SHIKANAI Takeshi

Professor, Department of Regional Agricultural Engineering, University of the Ryukyus (Japan)

Smart Farm R&D status and future direction in Korea

Kim Hyunjong

Ph.D, Senior researcher, National Institute of Agricultural Science

Utilization of digital livestock farming for young farmers in Taiwan

Mingche Wu

Former Head of Animal Breeding and Genetics Division Taiwan Livestock Research Institute

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for Intelligent IoT in Agriculture

Samsuzana Abd Aziz

Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, Universiti Putra Malaysia

Application of advanced agricultural sensors and ICT in smart farming towards the Agriculture 4.0

SITI NOOR ALIAH BAHAROM

Ph.D, Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute (MARDI), Department of Engineering Research Centre

 

Weed mapping with low-cost, small UAV for smallholder farming

Kensuke Kawamura

Ph.D, Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences (JIRCAS).

Human Resource Development for Smart Agriculture in Taiwan

JIUN-HAO Wang

Professor, Department of Bio-Industry Communication and Development, National Taiwan University

Modern Agriculture: AI, IoT, Robotics and Cloud Computing

Karlisa Priandana

Department of Computer Science, IPB University

Future-proofing Philippine Agriculture with SARAI Technologies

Roger Luyun Jr.

Professor, Institute of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering, College of Engineering and Agro-industrial Technology, University of the Philippines Los Banos (IAE, CEAT, UPLB).

Application of Information Communication Technology (ICT) and Automation in Jin da Chicken Breeding

Teng, Hsueh-Kai

General manager, KAI SHING FOOD CORP, Taiwan.

Implementing Agro-Maritime 4.0 Research Agenda: Linking Science and Policy

Ernan Rustiadi

Ph.D, Head of Research and Community Services (LPPM), IPB University Indonesia

Smart Agriculture with AWS
Aris Prabhawa

Lead Solution Architect AWS Public Sector Indonesia

Registration | 2021 IPB-FFTC International Online Workshop & Seminar

2021 IPB-FFTC Workshop Registration

Tuesday, 22 Sept 2021

2021 IPB-FFTC International Online Workshop on Adaptation and Adoption of Agricultural Sensors, Information Communication Technologies, and Smart Supply Chains to Support Smallholder Farmers

2021 IPB Seminar - Paper Submission & Registration

Wednesday, 23 September 2021

2021 IPB International Online Seminar on Adaptation and Adoption of Agricultural Sensors, Information Communication Technologies, and Smart Supply Chains to Support Smallholder Farmers

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Organized by IPB University and Food and Fertilizer Technology Center
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