September GeoInnovation National Speaker Series to Examine How to Revolutionize Agriculture Through Geospatial Technology
UPDATED: Keely Roth, Climate Corporation’s Data Science Manager to discuss intersection of geospatial technology and farming
ST. LOUIS – At a time when a changing climate and shifting consumer demands are placing new challenges on America’s farmers, geospatial technology is playing an increasingly important role in developing solutions to ensure the sustainability of our agricultural system.
In its September edition, the GeoInnovation National Speaker Series will examine the role geospatial technology can play in revolutionizing agriculture. The September 8 webinar, “Revolutionizing Agriculture Through Geospatial Technology,” will feature a discussion with Keely Roth, Data Science Manager for Climate Corporation. As Data Science Manager for Climate Corporation, Roth leads a team of data scientists, analysts, and engineers to develop and deploy models that detect, identify, and correct data quality issues.
Moderating the discussion will be Stephanie Regagnon, Executive Director, Innovation Partnerships for the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center.
“Revolutionizing Agriculture Through Geospatial Technology,” will take place via Zoom Wednesday, September 8, 2021, from 2:00 p.m. (CT) to 3:00 p.m. (CT). To register, go to: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_gbcyMsJuTtmAWhZDMH_ZZw
About the GeoInnovation National Speaker Series
The GeoInnovation National Speaker Series is a collaboration between innovation hubs Cortex and T-REX and GeoFutures, an initiative of the regional economic development organization Greater St. Louis, Inc. that was launched in October 2019 to bolster the St. Louis region’s rapidly growing geospatial sector and develop a strategic plan for the future.