- The World Economic Forum has announced its selection of the world's 30 most promising Technology Pioneers of 2017 - Companies were selected for their potential to significantly impact business and society through new technologies, as well as to advance the Fourth Industrial Revolution - Indigo was chosen for its proven potential to transform agriculture in a way that supports growers, consumers, and the environment - The full list of recognized Technology Pioneers can be viewed here: http://wef.ch/techpioneers17
Monsanto and Atomwise Collaborate to Discover New Crop Protection Options Using Artificial Intelligence Technology
Monsanto Company and Atomwise have formed a unique research collaboration to increase the speed and probability of discovering and developing new crop protection products using artificial intelligence.
Polysense Introduces First Universal Sensing Node Product Line Based on Semtech's LoRa® Devices and Wireless RF Technology
The WxS 8800 product series provides IoT service providers, system integrators and enterprise customers with a universal sensing solution for a wide range of industrial IoT applications.
Industry-leading technology will play cruPlenty, the leading field-scale vertical farming company reshaping agriculture to bring fresh and locally grown produce to people everywhere, announced the acquisition of Bright Agrotech, the leader in vertical farming production system technology. cial role in Plenty farms
Leading Analyst Firm Selects SensorInsight for Innovative, Impactful and Intriguing Solution
Science, Technology and Humanity are Merging Together in Rural Yucatan Mexico to Raise the Livelihood and Economy
Turf Feeding Systems, a Houston based company, will bring together science, technology and humanity at a new high yield agriculture project in rural Yucatan Mexico for Monarca, a Mexico City company. This Phase I of the Monarca project will create 100 hectares of high yield agriculture and will include a technology and learning center, which will improve the rural economy and livelihood of the Yucatan peninsula.
Providing Senior Management Strategies for Global Digital Agriculture
Richard Wilson for Electronics Weekly: Technologies such as IoT can be used to address the need for sustainable food production to support the current rate of population growth, according to IoT analyst firm Beecham Research.
Catie Noyes for Farm and Dairy: Precision agriculture and agricultural technology have come a long way in the past five to 10 years.
Investment aligns strategic partners for market opportunity
Precision agriculture isn't just rhetoric; it's real-time intelligence flowing into analytics software that transforms that flow into meaningful, practical information that farm managers can react to quickly. That data -- and that process -- have costs and, for the last few years, farmers have been stretched because commodity prices are down.
Melissa Fares for Reuters: For 12 months, farmers each get a 320-square-foot steel shipping container where they control the climate of their own farm. Under pink LED lights, they grow GMO-free greens all year round.
Netafim, In Agreement With DLL, Now Enables Farmers To Grow Their Business With Financing Of Sustainable Drip Irrigation Technologies
Bryan Thompson for Harvest Public Media: Agriculture today is a high-tech business, but as that technology has developed, so has the temptation to take short cuts and to steal trade secrets that could unlock huge profits.
DMG Productions uncovers how technology is being used to advance agriculture.
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FAULHABER MICROMO launches the new MC3/MCS motion control family. The new high performance, intelligent controllers are optimized for use with FAULHABER motors, offer electronics for simple operation with state-of-the-art interfaces for multi-axis applications, and provide a motion control system solution with the most compact integration into industrial grade housing.