Open Innovation


Come and join a virtual meet-up to learn more about Agtech and Logistic Hub’s new Open Innovation challenge.  The virtual meet up, presented by TSBE on Tuesday 21 June, will explain everything you need to know about the new challenge to tackle a burning issue in horticulture – the need to reduce inorganic waste, particularly […]

A delegation from India has experienced the latest in agrifood innovation during a visit to the Agtech and Logistics Hub.

The much-anticipated 400M – Agrifood Innovation Forum will be held in Toowoomba on 13 July.  

Agtech and Logistic Hub’s new Innovation Challenge focuses on a burning issue – how to reduce inorganic waste in the horticulture industry.

AgTech and Logistics Hub will play a key role in a $160m University of Queensland led project to speed up commercialisation in the food and beverage sector.

Australia’s premier agribusiness and innovation hub, the Agtech and Logistics Hub (ATLH) based in Toowoomba has announced its first accelerator cohort of 10 startups from across the country. The program provides commercialisation support to companies that have responded to the Hub’s innovation challenge seeking to attract high potential solutions to digitise and automate agricultural supply […]

A revolutionary agricultural robot has been launched in the Darling Downs after 20 years of research and development by a Danish company. ‘Robotti’ is an autonomous, multi-purpose machine which was officially launched at the Agtech and Logistics Hub this week, by Agrointelli, Corematic and Formatt Machinery. Engineering Director and Co-Founder at Corematic Engineering Scott Hansen […]

World first for AgriFood Connect deploying Ericsson private 5G platform.

We recently held a successful Connectivity Event for the Agtech and Logistics Hub – take a look at some of the technologies featured, and hear from some of our key contributors.

Dynamic Business spoke with our Community Manager, Stephen Dummett, about the Agri-sector’s key challenges and how the Agtech and Logistics Hub is trying to address them. Read the full article here