Twitter Accounts to Follow
Kumar Navulur @digitalglobe
David Bergvinson @icrisat
Bruno Sánchez-Andrade Nuño @brunosan
Juan Suárez Beltrán @jsuarez_beltran
The Data Revolution for Sustainable Development will be defined by how well we capitalize on existing resources. Lost cost data collection tools, ranging from crowdsourcing to satellite imagery, are changing the landscape of how we can work in development. In particular, the potential of geospatial solutions in agriculture, where location, time and context is critical, is broad and ever changing as technology rapidly evolves.
With the Sustainable Development Goals calling for an end to hunger in our lifetimes, a conversation on geospatial data and technology in agriculture is timely and important. Join us in a chat on how geospatial solutions can contribute value in agriculture, helping to realize improved productivity and incomes, especially for the 2 billion people worldwide who live and work on smallholder farms.
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David Bergvinson, Director-General of ICRISAT
Bruno Sanchez Andrade Nuno, Data Scientist at World Bank LLI Innovation Labs
Kumar Navulur, Senior Director at DigitalGlobe
Juan Suárez Beltrán, Manager for Precision Farming Services at GMV