Fourth Annual AgTech Breakthrough Awards Program Showcases Leading Edge of Agricultural and Food Technology Innovation in 2023 Awards Program
The benefits of AgTech applications are almost endless - from increasing overall farm productivity to more sustainable farming processes and improvements in economic production, we're truly in a new era - Bryan Vaughn, Managing Director, AgTech Breakthrough
Quantum dots (QDs) are semiconductor nanoparticles that exhibit high efficiency photoluminescence over a wide range of tunable colors, making them effective at optimizing light spectra.
Teams of agricultural scientists are interested in how autonomous technologies could help farmers and ranchers become aware of sick animals sooner. One example involves drones that can recognize unique cattle markings and track health statistics.
Here, Dave Walsha, sales manager of DC motor supplier EMS, explores three themes key to ensuring the sector's future.
Expanded API Now Available for the Trimble Agriculture Cloud, Creating an Open Environment Benefiting Farmers and Their Partners
The availability of this API represents the next evolution of connectivity for agriculture integrators by coupling in-field devices and operational workflows for enabling compatibility with both Trimble and third-party agriculture applications.
AgLaunch Seeks Transformational AgTech Startup Applicants for Farmer-Focused AgLaunch365 Accelerator Program
The accelerator offers three key benefits to participants: farm-centric programming with facilitators who have deep ag expertise; farm trials executed and tracked by a team with agronomic, livestock, and data management expertise; and farmer engagement throughout the process.
The improvement in farmers' perspective on current conditions spilled over into a modest rise in July's Farm Capital Investment Index, up 3 points to a reading of 45.
Harvest CROO has developed technology that can pick ripe strawberries without damaging the delicate fruit. A primary Harvest CROO goal is to help reduce U.S. obesity by keeping the supply of "super foods" like strawberries readily available and reasonably priced.
Several companies have proven they can successfully grow various crops indoors with exceptional yields, but few of them are operating with a positive cash flow without continued investments.
Industrial agriculture enables higher efficiency levels and product volumes, feeding more people and earning businesses higher profits.
Many ag business owners find that equipment financing not only enables them to expand, pivot and innovate their business models, but to do so with increased profitability, speed to market and stakeholder satisfaction.
It's just another intersection of integrated pest management (IPM) and AgTech. As technology expands to include gene editing, AI and laser beams, farmers have a new suite of pest management tools in their arsenal.
From genetic engineering to precision farming, the combination of biology and technology is propelling agriculture into an era of unprecedented innovation.
Aurea Imaging Launches TMS TreeScout, the World's First Tractor-Mounted Sensor for Precision Orchard Management
Powered by AI and high-definition 3D computer vision, Aurea's fully integrated high-precision sensor technology helps fruit farmers optimize their orchards at the individual tree level.
The fossil fuel-free Aigen Element helps farmers reduce chemicals in food, and improve human and planetary health.
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Rollon's X-Rail linear rails are a reliable solution in environments susceptible to impurities. Equipped with rolling elements with shaped and flat raceways, they are available in several versions: galvanized, nitrided or stainless-steel sheet metal. The latter version ensures total corrosion resistance, which is critical for hostile environments such as those found in vertical farming. Particularly innovative is the T + U configuration of the X-Rail linear rails, which can compensate for the parallelism errors of mounting surfaces. This simplifies installation and reduces costs.