The Center for Precision Agriculture arranged a technology day at Apelsvoll on 21 September. As many as 200 visitors found their way to us that day to hear about precision farming and agricultural technology.

For the occasion, the ag-machinery hall was converted into a lecture hall, where the audience until lunch followed lectures from researchers, companies and end users. Site-specific tillage, experience with precision farming and the technology behind a weed robot were some of the topics. After lunch, just under twenty companies had exhibitions and demonstrations of their products and services. In addition to several Norwegian companies, there were also visitors from Denmark and Sweden.

The day was arranged with support from the Statsforvalteren I Innlandet.