Covid-19 Impact on Food Automation and Robotics Market

The current trend of automation has witnessed the development of new technologies that are capable of providing end-to-end automation for the production of certain processed foods.

Hands-Free Cultivation at Fresh Local Produce of Ohio

The fully automated growing system for hydroponic baby leaf lettuce has been installed at Fresh Local Produce of Ohio and is already producing fresh, tasty and sustainable leafy greens for local distribution in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Indiana.

Universal Automation in Agriculture

IoT devices permit growers to assemble more data about the condition of their farms, and IoT is indicating great potential for improving provision delivery and propelling agriculture to utmost productivity.

Using Data to Drive Orchard Automation

The world's first mango auto-harvester was presented at the recent Australian Mango conference in Darwin, while the first commercial robotic apple harvester is already in use in New Zealand.

Top Article for 2018 - Automating Agriculture: How Automation and Robotics Have Taken to the Fields

The technological advances in agriculture are not just to do with social media savvy cows - the global agricultural robots market was estimated to account for a market revenue of $2,927 million in 2016, but is expected to rocket to $11,050 million in 2023.

Agriculture Workforce Automation and Robots

Whether were talking about those who worked in flour mills or those who dealt with windmills, automated processes have always been on inventors minds.

80 Acres Farms to Open First Fully-Automated Indoor Farm in the United States

Hamilton facility will feature 150,000 square feet of indoor growing space; groundbreaking set for September 24, 2018

Ag-tech: The automated farm

Tara Duggan for The San Francisco Chronicle: In the field, self-propelling harvesters lop off the heads of cabbages, then funnel the 8-pound goliaths to workers who trim and sort them. Inside a nearby Taylor Farms packing plant, a three-armed robot pivots and turns to maneuver bagged salads squarely into packing boxes.

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