iFarm Will Build a Vertical Farm in Nuanu, the Innovative City on Bali
The project is aimed at ensuring the year-round supply of the highest quality produce in Nuanu and creating a regenerative farming model for a sustainable town's future.
A School Uses a Freight Farm for FFA Programming and Agriculture Education
Lessons on the parts of seeds, plants, and flowers and their functions and on plant reproduction are intermixed with students being tasked with identifying careers around plant science.
S2G Ventures' Annual Report Unveils Trends Shaping the Future of Food & AgTech in 2023
The future of food is being propelled by seismic tailwinds: massive demographic change spurring new consumer demand, significant advancements in the biology, chemistry and physics of food production to create new choices, and sustainability-minded investors.
Smart ocean research pod to protect coastlines and grow food
The research pod is a key component of Tekmara's plan to launch grow pods that can produce food without the use of conventional fresh water, power, or soil.
Source.ag raises $23 million Series A to empower the world's fruit and vegetables growers with next level AI for greenhouse agriculture
Source.ag, the leading artificial intelligence (AI) provider for greenhouse growers, has closed $23 million in its Series A funding round, bringing the company's total funding to $35 million in just under two years.
Amazon introduces Hippo Harvest's first leafy greens line, grown with 92% less water
Backed by Amazon's Climate Pledge Fund, Hippo Harvest's growing process uses robotics and greenhouses to reduce food waste and land use.
Powering the Future: NREL Research Finds Opportunities for Breakthrough Battery Designs
Using ultramodern capabilities and world-class laboratory facilities, NREL's energy storage researchers continue to push battery boundaries with materials development, thermal management, diagnostics, and modeling.
AeroFarms Launches 9 New Community Farms to Provide Additional 2 Tons of Fresh Food Access to 4,500+ Local Students
AeroFarms' Award-Winning Community Farms Program Expands to Provide Over 50,000 Servings of Local, Fresh Food and Empower STEAM Career Education for local school communities
How BrightFarms is Meeting Demand for More Indoor Grown Produce
Food safety is the single most important part of what we do as food growers. BrightFarms has demonstrated its leadership in this space by transparently tackling challenges and charting a path forward.
Affecting Climate Change Through Farmland Relocation: 6 Considerations
Farming relocation is a concept that entails moving a country's farmland to a central location. The goal is to maximize crop yield while minimizing humans' negative environmental impact.
APPLE KING ACHIEVES GROUNDBREAKING GRADING RESULTS WITH ELLIPS TRUE-AI
In mid-December, Apple King of Yakima, WA upgraded its existing Ellips TrueSort apple grading & sorting technology to incorporate Ellips' "Deep Learning" solution called TrueAI.
Developing Nondestructive Sensors for Quality Control
Farmers on the cutting edge of agriculture often use advanced techniques to evaluate their crops. Rather than cutting open fruit and sending the samples to a lab, some farmers have begun using nondestructive methods for quality control.
Best Year-Round Greenhouses for Cold Climates
If you are a grower living in a colder climate, you need structural integrity and full environmental control for successful year-round greenhouse production through the cold, dark and snowy winter months.
2022 Top Article - A Guide To Planning A Commercial Aquaponics Greenhouse
While an enticing opportunity, planning a commercial aquaponics greenhouse requires a detailed business plan and a clear understanding of your goals.
25 robots in the field at World FIRA 2023: the world's largest demo and exhibition area for autonomous agricultural solutions
Robots and autonomous solutions for a more resilient agriculture have now entered the farms. For its 7th edition, the World FIRA is getting a makeover and inviting industry players into the fields, around 20 robot demos on 2 hectares of cultivated plots.
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Innovative SWIR camera for UAV based spectral remote sensing
Allied Vision's compact and light weight Alvium SWIR (short wave infrared) cameras are the ideal choice to build cost-effective OEM systems used in embedded and machine vision applications. The cameras support a spectral range from 400 nm to 1700 nm at high quantum efficiencies. This allows to capture images in both the visible and SWIR spectra with a single camera and enables users to reduce overall system costs! Equipped with Sony's IMX990 and IMX991 SenSWIR InGaAs sensors, Alvium SWIR cameras deliver high image quality and frame rates. This makes them well suited for drones or handheld devices used in various industries such as, agriculture, mining, solar cell inspection or medical.