Lettuce-Weeding Robots, Coming Soon to a Farm Near You

Sonya Mann for Inc.com: Blue River Technology is building machines that help farmers manage their crops more efficiently.

AgJunction Appoints Jeff Morris as Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer

5 precision ag technologies to watch

Catie Noyes for Farm and Dairy: The world of digital agriculture is continuing to advance before our eyes, says John Fulton, associate professor in Ohio States College of Food Agriculture and Biological Engineering.

Geosys Launches Partnership Program To Address Agricultural Challenges

'Geosys Labs' participants will have access to company's tools and expertise at no cost

sente.link Launches International Accelerator Program for IoT Startups

Applications Now Open for Mobility Program in September, 2017

AgriTechTomorrow.com launches its Online Trade Magazine

Following a soft launch end of May, www.AgriTechTomorrow.com has officially launched its Online Trade Magazine.

John Deere Introduces 4640 Universal Display for Tractors

Latest display technology offers portable, user-friendly Gen 4 experience

Technology in Agriculture on Upcoming American Farmer Episode

DMG Productions uncovers how technology is being used to advance agriculture.

Optical Sensors Advancing Precision in Agricultural Production

Seth Murray for Photonics.com: Emerging methods for plant phenotyping involve optical sensors - from simple RGB image sensors to NIR and Raman spectroscopy.

Trimble to Acquire Müller-Elektronik to Extend its Precision Agriculture Capabilities from the Vehicle to the Implement

With more than 375 employees, Müller is a pioneer in precision farming, known for developing, producing and selling Electronic Control Units (ECUs) and embedded software that provides vehicle and implement control for tractors, combine harvesters, field sprayers, drill machines, seeders, spreaders and slurry tankers to improve the management of inputs such as seed, fertilizer and pesticides.

Robotics Ignite Agricultural Revolution

Advanced robotics will make jobs such as harvesting easier for farmers. In time, when robots finally learn how to harvest each individual crop, farms will be able to produce more yields for human consumption.

Abundant Robotics raises $10 million to commercialize its apple-picking robot

Brnice Magistretti for VentureBeat: Picking apples may seem like a fun weekend activity, but its actually backbreaking manual labor. Abundant Robotics wants to help agricultural growers shoulder this task and today announced funding of $10 million, led by GV, to commercialize its apple-picking robot.

Ag Groups Showcase Technology, Sustainability at Maryland Field Day

A trio of industry groups hosted federal officials for a field day of demonstrations on seed treatments, planting practices, and equipment innovations that are bringing continuous improvement to sustainable farming practices.

FireFly Automatix ProSlab 155 Turf Harvester Wins Utah Innovation Award

The AgTech group snags a coveted Utah Innovation Award for its advances in agricultural technology.

Soft Robotics debuts new vision system

Ashley Nickle for The Packer: SuperPick - short for supervisory picking - aims to provide the depth perception and recognition of 3-D using 2-D hardware and human oversight.

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Precision Farming - Featured Product

Particularly small and cost-effective: Market launch of the uEye XLS cameras

Particularly small and cost-effective: Market launch of the uEye XLS cameras

Image processing opens up a wide range of possibilities for the automation of modern agriculture - but what to do when only a small budget is available? That is where the uEye XLS comes in. With the launch of these super-small industrial cameras, even price-sensitive applications and volume projects become feasible. Measuring just 29 x 29 x 7 mm, the compact cameras offer excellent imaging characteristics without excessive heat generation, making them a perfect fit for embedded vision applications in agricultural machinery and equipment. The industrial cameras comply with the vision standard and are available with Micro-B connectors and with or without C/CS or S-mount lens holders, further increasing their adaptability to different agricultural environments. Thanks to these features, the cameras offered by IDS Imaging Development Systems lower the barriers to entry and make it easier to explore the potential of vision technology to optimize agricultural processes.