This article explores how data-driven technology is reshaping the agriculture industry, paving the way for a more sustainable and efficient future.
Without having to stop for bathroom breaks, naps or a chance to stretch, autonomous semi-trucks will surely play a role in the future of agriculture regarding shipping. These vehicles are still a tailpipe dream, but how might they affect farming someday?
Full LED from Philips Horticulture LED Solutions saves 40% of energy for Topline Gerbera and increases stem weight
The Philips GreenPower LED toplighting force installation delivers more light with considerably less energy consumption, and can be used longer on an annual basis.
LED manufacturers are actively working to improve upon existing technologies helping to create more efficient lighting capable of providing a dramatic increase in yields with reduced energy consumption and lower overall costs
The Un-carrier helps Valmont capture mission-critical data in industry-first beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) drone inspection operation
The long-term goal of the 4-D Farm is to develop climate-smart production systems leveraging renewable energy, automation, intelligence and human capital to meet the required food and fiber needs of a burgeoning world population.
Purdue agrivoltaic farming structures and software harvest solar power at lower cost and with minimal impact on crop yield
Innovative modules created at the College of Agriculture and College of Engineering are mounted low and rotate to allow farm equipment to pass
Purdue biology innovation allows the introduction of valuable traits in plants without creating transgenic plants
Patent-pending novel Agrobacterium strains deliver transfer DNA to a plant's nucleus without integrating it into the genome
West Coast's only commercial-scale vertical farm will grow up to 4.5M pounds of produce annually to supply partners including Bristol Farms, Walmart and Whole Foods Market
By baling and storing large quantities of the seaweed at over 4000 metres below sea level in the deep abyssal plain of the Atlantic Ocean, the company aims to trap a gigatonne every year of atmospheric carbon dioxide for thousands of years.
In April 2023, Colorado became the first state to pass a right-to-repair law for agricultural equipment. Farmers previously had to take their broken tractors, combines and other machinery to a certified service provider or wait days for a servicer to arrive.
Fluence's partnership with Israel-based Trichome proves the viability of growing high-quality medical cannabis product in an efficient, standardized vertical farming model
Decreasing soil tillage can reduce carbon emissions. Reducing these greenhouse gas emissions in agriculture can help combat climate change and lead to a more sustainable agricultural system - and ultimately a more sustainable environment.
The TuberScan system comprises of a bespoke ground penetrating radar (GPR) system, GPS units and in-field and remote sensors, backed up by computer vision and AI, which provide detailed information on potato crop growth characteristics and performance.
A biological, alternative crop amendment identifies a plant's natural resistance to environmental stressors such as pests and weather, and amplifies that quality to create an environmentally friendly substitute for synthetic products.
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Fotono is a full spectrum LED horticultural luminaire designed to directly replace HPS lights in greenhouses. At 12 pounds, 20 inches long, and 5 inches high, Fotono's compact size makes installation simple while minimizing structural burden on greenhouses. This compact fixture packs energy-saving and yield-improving features, such as a high output, stepless dimming, advanced spectral capabilities, and more.