Monarch Co-Founder & CEO Praveen Penmetsa will be a featured panelist at “Agricultural Robotics: The Next Multi-Billion Dollar Robotics Opportunity.” The Spring 2021 RoboBusiness Direct Series is a virtual event taking place February 25th, 2021 at 11a.m. PT. Penmetsa will join other industry leaders for an hour-long discussion on the emergence and opportunity for agricultural robotics solutions, the engineering and business challenges they face, and the solutions to overcome them. To register for the free webcast, click here.
“The arrival of agricultural robotics represents a new day for farming,” said Praveen Penmetsa, co-founder & CEO, Monarch Tractor. “Innovations in AgTech are not only making farming safer and more efficient, but are also making farming cleaner and more sustainable, which results in benefits that go far beyond the fields. I’m excited to take part in this discussion and share Monarch Tractor’s vision for what is possible with the convergence of robotics and farming.”
WHAT: “Agricultural Robotics: The Next Multi-Billion Dollar Robotics Opportunity” – An hour-long webcast that discusses agricultural challenges and needs that can be addressed by robotics products and technologies. Topics include: demand drivers, existing products and use cases, critical challenges, enabling technologies and services, the opportunity landscape, and more.
WHO: Praveen Penmetsa, co-founder & CEO, Monarch Tractor; Dan Kara, VP, Robotics, WTHWH Media; Martin Leahy, sales engineer, Maxon Ireland; Thomas Palomares, CTO, FarmWise Labs; Marcus Dunning, sales director, North America, NAIO Technologies
WHEN: February 25, 2021 – 11:00a.m. PT
WHERE: Spring 2021 RoboBusiness Direct Series – Register Here.
Monarch Tractor’s groundbreaking smart, driver-optional electric tractor offers next-generation technology that empowers sustainable farming with actionable intelligence, clean energy and unparalleled safety features. The company has received numerous awards including “2020 Tractor of the Year” in the AgTech Breakthrough Awards. To see the Monarch Tractor in action, watch this video.