Thank you for visiting the AgGateway display in Washington DC as part of National Ag Day, and the Celebration of Modern Agriculture on the National Mall. The innovation and progress you observed is truly remarkable and demonstrates the commitment of the industry’s leading manufacturers and organizations to develop and bring to market technology advances that improve farmer efficiency, sustainability, and profitability.
However, the vast potential of these innovations can only be fully realized when systems and machinery are interoperable with little or no effort by the end user. This is the focus of AgGateway, a global, non-profit organization that identifies and works through solutions for agriculture’s most significant connectivity pinch points.
We do this in conjunction with our 200 member organizations, who provide capital and volunteers from within their own companies to work collectively and develop solutions. This is difficult and time-consuming work, but absolutely essential if American farmers are expected to effectively compete and thrive in the years ahead. Seamless digital connectivity allows farmers and their trusted partners to operate at peak efficiency, to understand more about the land, soil, and water they utilize, and to meet the field data requirements of emerging and evolving sustainability and carbon programs.
Below, you’ll find links to information that will provide a clearer picture of what we do at AgGateway. If you’d like to hear more or would like to schedule a call to discuss our work in more detail, please reach out to AgGateway CEO Brent Kemp via email using this link.
1. Process Efficiency: A Core Mission
Creating efficiency and improving the value of innovation is what digital connectivity is all about, and at the core of AgGateway’s mission. This brief video provides more insight on how this fits into Modern Agriculture:
The Power of Process Efficiency from Jim Wilson on Vimeo.
2. Targeted Initiatives
AgGateway listens carefully to the industry and its member companies, and gains consensus around the most important issues facing the agriculture value chain. From irrigation efficiency and in-field product identification to soil test standardization, AgGateway drives digital connectivity by bringing together companies to tackle problems in a neutral, non-competitive environment.
3. Case Studies
AgGateway has made a significant difference all along the agriculture value chain, with connectivity projects that have improved business processes and farming practices. Employing current and emerging AgGateway tools, farmers and their trusted partners are better able to provide safe, abundant, and sustainably produced food for American consumers. Click here to view a list of key success stories.
4. Current Offerings and Planned Work
AgGateway has a portfolio of solutions ready for implementation that continue to be improved, as well as a wide range of projects in various states of development and implementation. This link provides a laundry list of our current work.
This page is designed to give you an idea of the breadth and depth of the work underway at AgGateway. We are open to more partnerships, ideas, and membership growth as the importance of digital connectivity continues to grow. Thank you again for stopping by, and we look forward to future collaboration.