Plenty acquires Bright Agrotech

The acquisition aims to allow Plenty build field-scale indoor farms around the world.

Talend and Disy Introduce New Connector for Geospatial Integration

New Integration Helps Companies Utilize Location-Based Information for Business Decision Making

Forbes Ranks SWIIM in Top 25 Innovative Ag-Tech Companies

Colorado-based SWIIM System is proud to announce today that Forbes Magazine ranked SWIIM as one of the top 25 most innovative ag-tech companies of 2017.

Senet to Speak on the Value of IoT in Precision Agriculture at 2017 InfoAg Conference

Event organizers leverage companys expertise to plan first-ever talks, case studies and workshop focused on real-world IoT deployments, technology innovations and best practices.

DeTect Releases Pro Version of DroneWatcher APP - the APP that Makes Smartphones into Personal Drone Detectors

Provides detailed drone information, general location and allows users to create multi-device mesh networks for large area monitoring

Telit Introduces Industry's First Bluetooth Low Energy Module with integrated MEMS Motion and Environmental Sensors

-BlueMod+S42M integrated sensor module optimized for mass-deployment, cost-sensitive applications -Latest addition to Bluetooth module portfolio positioned for the rapidly growing BLE-dependent segments in IoT

Inquisitive Neighbors Encouraged at Soil Health Field Days Across Midwest

Farmers learn how practices can improve their operations and profitability at the Soil Health Partnership's fourth year of field days this summer and fall.

18 Transformative Early-Stage Companies from 4 Countries Selected to Present at the 2017 Ag Innovation Showcase

September 11-13, 2017 at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, in St. Louis, Missouri.

DuPont and Bock Announce Strategic Partnership, Expanding Biogas Enzymes Distribution Footprint

DuPont intends to provide its OPTIMASH® AD-100 enzyme biotechnology to Bock for distribution of the biogas enzymes to customers across the United Kingdom.

Netafim USA Bolsters Its Leading Thinwall Offering With The Introduction of Two New High-Performance Driplines: Aries™ and Typhoon Plus™

A New Revolution in Drip Irrigation, The Industrys Most Comprehensive Thinwall Offering Provides Growers With A Full Range Of Solutions For Use In A Wide Range of Soil and Water Conditions

Big Success for First Pan-European Drone Conference and Trade Fair

Commercial UAV Expo Europe debuts successfully!

Inelta rolls out new miniature inductive path sensors - medical, industrial, navigation, agriculture

ILAT from Inelta: Inductive Path Sensors in Miniature Format

Myriad Mobile Introduces Industry-First Mobile Grain App Platform - Bushel™

Automated platform for elevators delivers real-time data to growers

SenRa Selects Senet Managed Network Services to Support LoRaWAN™ IoT Network Roll Out in India

Partnership enables rapid deployment of LoRaWAN connectivity for millions of IoT devices

Teal Group Predicts Worldwide Civil Drone Production Will Soar $73.5 Billion Over the Next Decade

"The civil drone market is ready to take off," said Philip Finnegan, Teal Group's director of corporate analysis and author of the study. Eased airspace regulations, a flood of outside investment, new UAS service offerings and the entry of leading technology companies are setting the stage for very rapid growth."

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