All the Summit activities broadcast live by SKY and in videostreaming
|An agreement between FICCI and UNACOMA for holding
"Eima Agrimach" in New Delhi in December 2009
was officially signed during the Agrievolution Summit.
See the Press Release
First World Summit on
30-31 May 2008
Grand Hotel Plaza in Rome
The entire Summit will be broadcast live on the Sky platform and in videostreaming on the dedicated site.
Agrievolution 2008, promoted by Unacoma and organised by Unacoma Service, is the first World Summit on Mechanisation in Farming.
The aim of the event is to ANALYSE the trends of the market for tractors and other types of agricultural machinery, with reference to the sales volumes and characteristics of the mechanical equipment of the six focus_ areas in the world (Europe, Brazil, China, India, Russia and the United States), as regards the evolutions of the primary economy; to DEVELOP the relationships between mechanisation associations and improve collaboration between the farming world and the world of mechanisation; to SUPPLY the institutional organisms, technical bodies and associations of farming and mechanisation operators with a forecast of the evolutions of the primary economy in the various areas of the world over the next ten years.
The continuous evolution of the market leads to the need to define new strategies for farming, within a system that is able to make innovative and alternative choices. Agrievolution promotes a meeting of minds between Associations, Institutions and Operators in Agricultural Mechanisation from all over the world in order to outline the scenarios that will be decisive for our future.
The Summit activities will take place on
30 and 31 May 2008
in the Conference Room of the Grand Hotel Plaza
in the centre of Rome, just a short distance from Piazza di Spagna
The Themes of the debate:
- Evolving scenarios of world agriculture
- Specific characteristics of agricultural economy in the main areas of the world
- Evolution of the demand for farming machinery with reference to the size of the market and machine types
- Alternative mechanical technologies: reconciling production requirements and environmental protection (food and non-food supply chain)
- The role of research and of technological innovation