Great response to the 7th Wilhelm-Stahl-Symposium on 6 June 2018 in Dummerstorf
Digitisation is also playing an increasingly important role in agriculture. Automated processes, the use of robotics and the use of geodata are already standard in many enterpises. At the 7th Wilhelm-Stahl Symposium at the Leibniz Institute for Farm Animal Biology in Dummerstorf current research results and innovations for practical use were discussed under the focus "Big Data in the Stable - Future Model or Dead End? About 100 German and foreign participants from science, agriculture and associations met at the invitation conference.
Photo (FBN/Brunner): The organisers of the Wilhelm-Stahl Symposium (from left to right): Dr. Till Backhaus, Minister of Agriculture and Environment of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schareck, Rector of Rostock University, Prof. Dr. Gudrun Brockmann, Humboldt University of Berlin, Dr. Peter Sanftleben, Director of the State Research Institute MV, Prof. Elmar Mohr, Dean of the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at the University of Rostock, Prof. Dr. Klaus Wimmers, Director of the FBN Dummerstorf