Equipped with artificial intelligence (AI) and electrification technology, this "dream tractor" is a completely autonomous tractor that represents the future of farming drawn by Kubota.
As the availability and volume of data to help us understand what is happening or will happen in an agricultural field or orchard continues to grow exponentially, the challenge we now face is how to collect, synthesize and use this data.
Despite the wide range of hardware and software solutions available to farmers across the agtech landscape, it's important to remember that technology is no substitute for good management practices.
Over the past century, technology has made leaps and bounds bringing ease to people's lives. The agricultural industry is no different. With access to breakthrough technologies like drones, GPS, satellite imagery, robots, predictive modeling, machine learning & blockchain.
The size of vertical farming market was anticipated as $3 billion in the year 2018 and is predicted to touch $20 billion till 2026, rising with a CAGR of 27% between the years 2018 to 2026. Rising environment and climate concerns across the world will propel vertical farming.
Lindsay and Farmers Edge Expand Digital Partnership to Connect Two Million Irrigated Acres by the End of 2021
This expansion delivers new levels of integration to provide the industry's most advanced AI-driven crop management solution available.
There are so many moving parts of your business that affect your readiness. Why is it important to consider all of them? Because the only thing worse than choosing the wrong software for your farm is choosing software that you don't have the resources to implement.
Asia Pacific excluding Japan (APEJ) is expected to rise at the most attractive year-over-year growth over the assessment period. This is attributed to the rapid uptake of various smart irrigation technologies in several of it emerging economies
Top Article from 2019 - Irrigation Technology in Agriculture: How New Technologies Overcome Challenges
Technology can, and already does, aid agriculture in innumerable ways. One prominent part of agriculture that can use technological innovation to increase efficiency and effectiveness is irrigation.
By positioning sensors, farmers can understand their crops at a micro scale, sustain resources, and reduce environmental impact.
Successful Field Trials of Edete's Artificial Pollination Technology Advance Entry Into the Huge California Almond Market
About 75% of the world's crops rely on insect pollination. Edete's technology can replace nature's pollinators like honeybees in order to help produce more food and meet the needs of the world's growing population.
Iowa Grower Achieves Nation's 2nd Highest 2019 Corn Yield in the No-Till Irrigated Category Using Netafim Drip Irrigation
National Corn Growers Association Recognizes Growers in Iowa, North Carolina and South Dakota for Their Outstanding Drip-Irrigated Corn Yields
By placing RFID tags onto agricultural products' packages, farmers can determine the health condition of the product, making it convenient for processing companies to concurrently add information on the tag, such as enterprise codes, the processing date, batch processing, and package weight.
The Versa Wall® installation is part of a biophilic plan to bring interior and exterior campus environments into the building atrium, reinforcing the visual connection between the indoor and outdoor environment.
UbiGro helps growers boost crop yields by providing the best sunlight environment - more orange and red light for enhanced crop growth - without using electricity. UbiGro is a passive solar product.
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