Faced with Serious Challenges, Agriculture Looks to Autonomous Technology for Timely Real-World Answers
Autonomous technology offers real-world solutions to these challenges today, including one vital advantage: automated agricultural equipment can work 24/7, increasing profits as well as safety, even with smaller staffs.
Fuelled by proven new digital technologies - such as AI, ML, and cloud computing - and growing agribusiness-tech partnerships, the potential for AI to deliver for modern farming needs is huge.
Water conservation and waste reduction will take priority over reaching Net Zero in the next 1-3 years as global agriculture businesses look to Internet of Things solutions to support their ambitions
The company's LaserWeeder surpasses 500 million weeds eliminated across 40 different crops. 2023 deliveries will bring LaserWeeders to farms in 17 U.S. states and three provinces in Canada
The risk of pests spreading diseases and unwanted weeds decreases because of pesticides and herbicides. However, these chemicals often contain volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
TeleFarmer™ empowers farmers to remotely execute labor-intensive tasks, allowing them to supplement and uplift labor.
The project will develop technological solutions and strategies to increase the competitiveness of agri-PV solutions across Europe minimizing the impact on landscape and surrounding environments.
In mid-December, Apple King of Yakima, WA upgraded its existing Ellips TrueSort apple grading & sorting technology to incorporate Ellips' "Deep Learning" solution called TrueAI.
Farmers on the cutting edge of agriculture often use advanced techniques to evaluate their crops. Rather than cutting open fruit and sending the samples to a lab, some farmers have begun using nondestructive methods for quality control.
Siemens technology and capital is aiding 80 Acres Farms and its technology subsidary, Infinite Acres, in expansion to meet global food supply demands.
25 robots in the field at World FIRA 2023: the world's largest demo and exhibition area for autonomous agricultural solutions
Robots and autonomous solutions for a more resilient agriculture have now entered the farms. For its 7th edition, the World FIRA is getting a makeover and inviting industry players into the fields, around 20 robot demos on 2 hectares of cultivated plots.
Education opportunities abound from garden on roof of Tony and Libba Rane Culinary Science Center at Auburn University
The 4,400-square-foot garden is visited daily by students and faculty who ensure the space is not only beautiful but functional for the culinary laboratories and teaching restaurant,
While mechanical technologies continue their development, it's the digital technologies we will see driving the most change within agriculture. Below, I'll dive into four of the largest upcoming agro-informatics trends I see coming in 2023 and beyond.
Further 12.5 million for projects focused on cutting-edge agriculture and horticulture innovation to boost productivity, reduce labour demands, and create more sustainable farming practices
Raven Advances Cutting-Edge Precision and Autonomous Ag Tech with Two Raven Autonomy™ Product Debuts
The Raven Autonomy™ Driver Assist Harvest Solution gives any grain cart driver - of any skill level - the tools to operate with confidence. The solution gives operators peace of mind with the push of a couple of buttons.
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Precision Farming - Featured Product
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.