This edition will look at the strategic context of ongoing, future programmes and developments within CEA, while also delving deep into the core topics of the various methods of growing associated with CEA, capital expenditure (Capex), operational expenditure (Opex), standardisation & interoperability, sustainability, education, policy, biological processes, energy requirements and digital technology used.
CEA 4.0 is focused on increasing collaboration, productivity, efficiency, research, and innovation to support the development of capabilities, best practise, and technology within the indoor farming sector.
Key Conference Focus Areas
Day 1 Conference & Exhibition (Friday 14th May 2021) – Developing Our Approach, Planning & Design – Creating The Ideal Environment, Vertical Farming, CAPEX – Capital Expenditure, Hydroponics, Standardisation & Interoperability, Greenhouses
Day 2 Conference & Exhibition (Friday 4th June 2021) – International Building Projects & Programmes, OPEX – Operating Expenses, Feeding The Energy Needs, Technology & Innovation Research, Education, Increasing Yields & Optimal Production
CEA 4.0 is an international event for the whole marketplace from farms, farmers, supermarkets, restaurants, technologists, students, researchers, consultants, system providers , investors, policy makers and more.
CEA 4.0 is a platform for people to network and promote their products, services & research as well as learn about marketplace requirements.
Current Event Attendees
80 Acres Farms, &ever, Aerofarms, AgRecruit, AHDB, Algal Tech, Advanced Plant Growth Centre (APGC), Agritask, Amaala, Aponix, Applied Science Centre for Smart Indoor Farming (ASC), Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Association for Vertical Farming, Balamand University, Bath University, BemStudio, Berry Gardens, Berry World, Bioelements-Agro, Borealis Fresh Farms, Bowery Farming, Braintree Technologies, BrightFarms, Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing, Cambond, CEA Food Safety Coalition, Certhon, CHAP (Crop Health and Protection), Connected, Crocus Labs, Croply, Cultifutura, Cultinova, Dawsongroup, Digital Farming, Edge Hill University, FarmTech Society, FeedingCities, Foamplant, Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research (FFAR), Fraunhofer IESE, Full Circle Farm, G’s Fresh, GE Current, Glasgow University, Gotham Greens, GRAINES VOLTZ, Greencore, Greenhouse Technologies, GroenLeven, Grobotic Systems, Grown Agritech, Hakika, Hala-Ken, Harvard University, Hayleys Fibre, Heliospectra, HerbanLeaf Farms, Imaginatives Group, Infarm, Innovation Agri-Tech Group, IEEE Student Branch University of Boumerdes, IrriSmart, Intelligent Growth Solutions, JEPCO, John Cotton, Jones Food Company, Jungle, King Abdulaziz University, Klasmann-Deilmann, Kroptek, La Grangette, Lancaster University, Lantra Awards, Leadfeeder, LEAF, Light Science Technologies, Madar Farms, Maribor University, N8 AgriFood, Nordic Harvest, ONO Exponential Farming, Organifarms, Pepperfresh, Perfectly Fresh, Phil by Priva, PKG, Phytobiomes Alliance, Premium Dutch Callas, Priva, Queensland Government – Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Real Leaf Farms, Red Sea Farms, Regulatory Commission of Alaska, Remarkable IdeaLab, Ridder Group, Robovision, Rothamsted Research, Rothamsted Enterprises, Royal Agricultural University, RWA, SAC Consulting, Seanasol Research, Seedleaves, Sheffield University, Shockingly Fresh, SmartParc, SolarPower Europe, Sorbonne University, SRUC, Swisslog, Technische Universität Chemnitz, The James Hutton Institute, Thinkchain, TUM: The Entrepreneurial University, Tungsram, UK Research & Innovation – Innovate UK, UK Urban AgriTech, Upward Farms, Urban Crop Solutions, Urban Harvest, Vertical Farm Institute, Vertical Future, Vertical Harvest, Vertically Urban, VGB Watertechniek, Wageningen University & Research, Warwickshire College – Centre for AgriTech Research & Teaching, Waitrose, Wieland Electric, WorldWide Local Salads, Würth Elektronik eiSos, YASAI