Trimble Agriculture is holding its first ever virtual show dedicated to precision agriculture, bringing technical specialists to farmers’ living rooms. The packed schedule offers something for everyone – whether they’re new to precision farming or at the cutting edge.
“We hope this will make up for the loss of traditional shows this year and offer the opportunity for farmers to speak to experts in the comfort of their home,” the regional sales representative for the UK and Ireland at Trimble Agriculture, Lee Clarke, said.
The show will include breakout rooms based around five different topics: guidance and steering; ISObus – flow and application control; implement steering; water management; software management; and data management. Visitors will be able to drop in at any time to learn about these focus areas, with an opportunity to make individual appointments on a one-to-one basis, for any specific burning questions.
“Rather than just sitting and watching presentations, this will be a truly interactive event, with the feel of a live trade show and the opportunity to chat with other farmers and the best precision agriculture specialists in the UK and Ireland,” Mr Clarke added.
The event, organised with four of Trimble’s UK and Ireland dealers – Vantage England & Wales, SoilEssentials, Mastenbroek and Vantage Ireland – means there will be plenty of experts on hand.
The show will take place on December 10, 2020, from 10:00 to 19:00. Those who register to take part will be in with a chance to win a Trimble GFX-350 display system bundle, including a GFX-350 display and NAV-500 guidance controller.
To register for the event visit: https://trimblevirtual.com/.
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