2020 WHIN Ag Summit a Success
The Ivy Tech campus in Lafayette, Indiana hosted the 2020 Ag Summit by the Wabash Heartland Innovation Network (WHIN), building on the momentum to put a ten county area of Indiana on the map as the global epicenter of Agriculture technology and manufacturing.
In addition to featuring several local farm operators who are members of the WHIN Ag
Alliance and their success stories, today’s #whinsummit showcased several leading edge technologies that local farmers can implement today to help them unlock opportunities that can improve their farm operations, reduce expenses and help make the farm more profitable.
From robotic soil sampling startup, RogoAg, to global leaders in agricultural sensor technology & software, Solinftec, WHIN is providing it’s members with zero cost to near-zero cost to test pilot new technology in the field or on their equipment and make more informed decisions about what may work best for their own farming operation in Indiana.
Whether your interest is in maximizing your grain storage system through optimized temperature and moisture control with Telesense, or your working to optimize the logistics of moving from field to field during spraying season with specialized chemical data & favorable weather conditions, or simply networking with like-minded farm operators – the WHIN Ag Alliance has something to offer everyone in the Wabash heartland.
Through next gen manufacturing, education, and Ag and manufacturing test beds, WHIN has positioned itself as a leader in the space with its eyes set on building an innovative ecosystem that will increase the vitality and prosperity of this Indiana farm region.
Other technology featured at the #whinsummit included:
For more details on how to become a WHIN Alliance member visit their website at https://whin.org/alliances/