Join AI Transformation in Agritech & Biotech

If You’re a Grower, You Need to be at This Event

May 6-8, 2025 l BITEC, Bangkok

AgBio 2025

Help you understand and leverage AI to reduce labour, increase efficiencies, enhance sales and revenue for your business.

2+ Days of Empowering New Insights & Inspiration


… showing you new ways into the future


… showcasing solutions for a new age


… connecting you with industry leaders

Experience the future of farming through AI’s transformational impact on:

Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA)

… Vertical Farms, Protected Cropping


… Automation, Drones, Sensors

Data Processing

… Precision Ag, IoT, Smart Devices


… Crop Sciences, Novel Crops, Breeding


… Computer Vision, Phenotyping


… Production, Genetics, Regulations, GMP

Hear Visionary Insights Shaping Agriculture and Bioscience’s AI-Driven Future

Steve Keen

World-renowned economist, a highly influential thought leader, scholarly critic and author, including the seminal work “Debunking Economics”: Agriculture’s energy basis; Climate change’s economic impacts; Adapting to change

Hiroki Koga

Co-Founder & CEO
the world’s largest indoor vertical strawberry farm: The secret to commercial success; Transforming the way we grow food; AI, Robotics, Vertical Farming

Ard van de Kreeke

Founder & CEO
a pioneering and successful vertical farm in the Netherlands: AI in automation and system optimisation; Profitability; Sustainable farming

Bryan Ebstyne

an automated large-scale medicinal cannabis farm in Australia: AI, automation and robotics; APAC cannabis market landscape; Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) in CEA

Roel Janssen

Head of Product and Business Development
Planet Farms
a leading vertical farm in Italy focused on quality: Autonomous vertical farms; Precision propagation; AI for production and genetics development

Daniel Tzvetkoff

Founder & Chief Architect
Stacked Farm
a cutting-edge Australian vertical farm: Automation advancements; Future of agri-tech; ML and big-data analytics

Kitti Losuwannarak

Medical Cannabis Institute, The Ministry of Public Health (Thailand)
Thailand’s medicinal cannabis laws and regulations; Latest updates; Plans for future policies

Natasha Haveman

Project Scientist
NASA John F. Kennedy Space Centre
AI in Astro-horticulture; Gene expression; Plant micro-biomes; Disease detection

Matthew Gilliham

Plants for Space P4S
a pioneering and world-renowned research centre at the University of Adelaide, Australia: Space agriculture frontiers; AI in precision horticulture and crop science

Eri Hayashi

Japan Plant Factory Association (JPFA)
a leading nonprofit organisation focused on advancing CEA: Automation’s impact; Future of agri-tech; AI advancements

Silke Hemming

Head of Research Team Greenhouse Technology
Wageningen University & Research
a global leader in agricultural research: Precision climate control; Data-driven analytics

Leo Marcelis

Horticulture and Product Physiology Group
Wageningen University & Research
Plant physiology; Precision agriculture profitability; AI-powered climate resilience

Supporting Organisation

A great agricultural transformation has arrived in the form of Artificial Intelligence that will transform how we plan, build, grow, transport, market and consume produce locally and globally. AI will inform and transform our entire supply chain to optimise productivity, uniformity, quality, efficiency, and profitability, therefore all producers, suppliers & entrepreneurs should consider how to leverage this great transformation that will dramatically impact their business, and I cannot think of any better beginning than attending ‘AGENTIAL AI AgBio 2025’ to see, hear, experience and understand this exciting new world of AI in Controlled Environment Agriculture and Horticulture.

Graeme Smith
AGENTIAL AI AgBio Event Chair, CAg Chair Working Group – Hydroponics & Aquaponics, International Society for Horticultural Science

The National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA), an agency under the Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation, is the country’s main driving force in utilising science, technology and innovation from the government, private sector and communities. Its role is to develop and strengthen the research and innovation ecosystem to address key issues, leading to a progressive development of the country. The international conference and exhibition AGENTIAL AI AgBio 2025 is an important platform for exchanging knowledge and innovation in smart agriculture technology driven by Artificial Intelligence. This event will not only drive the development of Thai agriculture towards the future, but will also provide new perspectives on global agriculture.

National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA), Thailand

Agriculture is a vital industry as it serves as an important resource of food and energy, essential for human and animal survival. Integrating AI into agriculture can significantly enhance farm management efficiency, particularly in this era of rapid technological advancement and global changes. This, in turn, boosts productivity, food security, and sales, ultimately increasing the country’s export value. Recognizing the importance of staying updated with global knowledge and cutting-edge technology, CU Innovation Hub, as an Incubator and Accelerator, believes in leveraging new technologies to enhance and innovate agriculture businesses, ensuring they remain competitive globally. The AGENTIAL AI AgBio 2025 conference is a great opportunity where you can explore, learn, and experience the exciting world of AI in Controlled Environment Agriculture and Horticulture.

CU Innovation Hub
Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
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