Digitalisation and high-tech solutions are increasingly being applied within both the agri and food sectors. For instance, smart industry plays a leading role in the food factory of the future and drones, sensors and precision technology are increasingly being used in the fields and greenhouses to monitor food growth and determine when and which food is ripe for harvesting. The reliability of machines and systems is essential here, and they must also work ever better, more efficiently and energy-efficiently. 

Only through far-reaching and cross-company cooperation can we maintain a sustainable and safe food chain. The increasing world population demands this - just as much as consumers who want to make increasingly conscious choices. According to Agri & food, being smarter also means being smarter about technology, skills and collaborations.