The adoption of emerging technologies and SaaS for precision farming is still in its early stages in India, but it is growing rapidly. With the sector witnessing high technological advancements that are affordable, it is set to revolutionize Indian agriculture.
The industrial camera manufacturer IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH from Obersulm feels responsible for keeping its ecological footprint as small as possible. This is reflected in its own business activities.
Climate change, driving extreme weather events and industry commitments to deliver net zero are focusing the attention of the potato supply chain on how to reduce the carbon footprint of the crop.
Oasis Springs Farm: How the Right LED Grow Lights Can Improve Crop Quality and Increase Production up to 33% in Shipping Containers
With technology always changing, when it came time to build their third container farm last year, they knew they needed to investigate the latest in LED grow lights.
While public cellular providers can deliver internet access outdoors, it is often spotty in wide-open fields. Inside coverage is even more problematic. Private cellular networks can bridge this gap.
This paradigm shift from traditional farming presents many opportunities. However, agriculture, conventional or technology-driven, is fraught with unique risks not present in many other businesses.
New DJI Agriculture Drone Insight Report Reveals Greater Acceptance, Advanced Farming Techniques and Exploration of Best Practices for Farmers
DJI Agriculture, a global leader in facilitating agricultural innovation through drone technology, today reveals the findings of the DJI Agriculture Drone Insight Report 2022/23.
While many farms currently approach their operations primarily from an agricultural perspective, it is worth noting that modern vertical farms share significant similarities with the manufacturing industry.
With floods now a part of life for most of the USA, it's undoubtedly time that farms start to consider the measures they have in place to foster resilience and create barriers to those floods causing long-term damage.
The agricultural industry has always been at the forefront of technological advancements in order to meet the increasing demands of food and fuel production. Motors have revolutionised the way farming operations are conducted, providing improved efficiency, and productivity.
New Holland Agriculture Publicly Launches the Industry's First All-Electric Utility Tractor with Autonomous Features -- the Revolutionary T4 Electric Power Tractor
Better performance than diesel, the T4 Electric Power offers powerful, emission-free and silent energy power with high torque and fast response achieved at the lowest speeds, promoting a new level of driving experience.
A recent report from Viasat uncovered a significant desire among the global agriculture industry to enhance its Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) performance, with top priorities being water conservation and waste reduction, followed by achieving net zero target.
Climate resilience refers to the agricultural system's ability to recover from the impacts of climate change and even withstand them. This goes far beyond simply adapting to the new conditions.
On average our products provide a 3:1 ROI. Due to the economics of our tech-stack and products all forms of farming benefit with the use of Nanoliquid technology. In 2023, as commodity prices have somewhat softened our products have performed very well with Corn and Soybeans.
Andrew Blair, field technical manager at the UK's largest potato supplier Branston, explains how an Innovate UK funded project is examining the potential for reducing carbon in potato production from growing, through to storage and transport.
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"Smart farming" is an important part of the answer to this existential question: Extremely high efficiency in food production through the targeted use of the latest technology, computer-supported and - where possible - fully automatic. Seeds are individually and precisely placed; fruits carefully picked by mechanical grippers; fertilizers and plant protection products applied in small doses and in a targeted manner. These operations require a large number of small electric motors that are both robust and powerful.