The “Sustainable Food Digital Agriculture Innovation Management Seminar” co-sponsored by the IAAS, Singapore Management University (SMU) and APAARI was held in Singapore on 27 November 2018, inviting participants from Taiwan, the United States and other countries, including experts scholars and venture capitalists from across the agricultural value chain. The conference focused on the concept of smart plant factories as a reliable source of food security in response to the severe challenge faced by the global agriculture. Various speakers expressed their suggestions ranging from the wide use of applications in research and development, technical operation, product marketing, digitalization of image-containing sensing systems, and block chain development. Currently the United States have adapted the system to support their agriculture. Taiwan has been developing plant factories for eight years already, one of the examples that it shared in the meeting.
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