2020 HORTI ASIA opts for virtual exhibition

105757 CT.jpg.400x0Bringing innovative techniques and advanced agricultural technology products, the Agricultural Technology Research Institute (ATRI) will take part in the online virtual HORTI ASIA 2020 exhibition through a comprehensive image of the Taiwan Pavilion

Rather than flying to Bangkok to attend the show in person, the exhibitors can take a close look at the techniques and products on display at the Taiwan Pavilion by simply visiting the online exhibition platform, which allows Taiwan’s outstanding and innovative agricultural technologies to continue to shine on the international stage in spite of the serious conditions of the global pandemic.

HORTI ASIA is the leading major exhibition in the Asia-Pacific region focusing on flowers, vegetables, agricultural techniques and production, as well as on greenhouse techniques. Tens of thousands of agricultural product buyers, experts and academics are constantly attracted to the event every year.

Visitors can view eye-catching displays at the Taiwan Pavilion on the official website of HORTI ASIA and make use of the matching service, which is designed to extend the international reach of Taiwan’s agricultural enterprises and suppliers and to generate international business opportunities for all participants.

Unlike other HORTI ASIA exhibitors, the Taiwan Pavilion has designed and built a 3D digital showroom to attract and inform visitors. The digital showroom not only highlights Taiwan’s intention and ambition to promote agricultural technology at international exhibitions, but also enhances Taiwan’s overall image and reputation for agricultural technology.

The Taiwan Pavilion has successfully brought together agricultural research units from the Council of Agriculture and Agricultural Enterprises with the united aim of expanding operations to New Southbound countries. Within the Taiwan Pavilion, visitors will find more than 20 techniques and exhibition categories, including agricultural machinery, agricultural supplies, tropical seeds and seedlings, greenhouse equipment and smart agricultural equipment.

Leading examples include The “Technology of Research and Production of Granular Chicken Manure Fertiliser”, researched and developed by the Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute, which features low processing costs and great market competitiveness. The Agriculture and Food Agency, the Kaohsiung District Agricultural Research and Extension Station and the Taichung District Agricultural Research and Extension Station have rounded up several items of agricultural machinery and equipment, which can significantly reduce agricultural production costs and increase human resource efficiency. 

The Taoyuan District Agricultural Research and Extension Station’s “A Led/ccfl. Insect Pest Trap” is capable of effectively capturing greenhouse pests, sparing no effort in promoting biological control. Heat-resistant vegetable seeds and seedlings developed by the Tainan District Agricultural Research and Extension Station, the Hualien District Agricultural Research and Extension Station, and the Taiwan Seed Improvement and Propagation Station are highly suitable for promotion and marketing in tropical countries.

On the agricultural enterprise side, Taiding Automatic Canopy Ltd. has overcome climate challenges in New Southbound nations to launch greenhouse facilities suitable for tropical climates, showcasing its advantages in production. Geosat Aerospace & Technology Inc. and Taiwan HiPoint Corporation will exhibit agricultural drones and automated phenotype analysis products, respectively. They are able to create a high-tech presence via virtual 3D products and video footage, while showcasing application results in smart agriculture. Also, a wide range of seeds and seedlings services from Tai-i Agriculture Technology Co., Ltd. have been marketed internationally, as the company strives to establish a leading position in the development of agricultural techniques for Taiwan.

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