Brooklyn-based Agrilyst and Montreal-based Motorleaf have chosen to openly exchange data.
"This new plant allows us to meet the growing demand for all of our products in the region, while helping reduce the cost and time of delivery to our customers," stated Joe Chlapaty, Chairman and CEO, ADS.
Alex Sampson for The Weekly Times: Monsanto Australia technology boss James Nielsen says agtech is "about smart farmers getting smarter using digital technology".
Premier Crop Systems Announces Syngenta Ventures Capital Investment, Launches Breakthrough On-farm Field Trial Technology
Enhanced Learning Blocks enable automation of large-scale, replicated and locally relevant field trials for better agronomic decision-making
Imahara learns about how these technological innovations are helping to feed a growing population plagued by extreme space restrictions and resource limitations.
DuPont Acquires Ag Software Company Granular to Accelerate Digital Ag Strategy and Help Farmers Operate More Profitable Businesses
Transaction Reflects DuPonts Commitment to Shaping the Agtech Market; Granulars CEO Sid Gorham to Lead Digital Agriculture for DuPont
Control Engineering UK looks at the role that machine control has played in helping make vertical farming a commercially viable option.
Double 4K Sensor's fully customizable filters offer impeccable crop health insights
Overwatch Imaging Successfully Completes SOAR Oregon Program for Stabilized Multispectral Camera System Development
Real world wide area NDVI mapping. 20 cm resolution, 1,000 acres per minute.
Matt McFarland for CNN Tech: NatureSweet, which grows tomatoes on six farms in the United States and Mexico, is using artificial intelligence to better control pests and diseases in its greenhouses.
Frank Vinluan for Xconomy: The past year has seen market launches for microbial products developed to help plants resist stresses from pests and harsh environmental conditions.
Japan is one of the first countries using large-scale UAV on plant protection in the world. Take rice as an example, ground vehicles spray about 22% (in 2014), and the proportion of UAV plant protection has reached 36%.
Drones may not replace the honeybee, but dont bet on a future of agriculture that doesnt increasingly depend on their capacity to reinvent 21st century farming.
Heliospectra Secures First Order with Global AgTech Leader to Support Consistent, High Quality Crops and Commercial Food Production
FAA Administrator Michael P. Huerta to Deliver Grand Opening Keynote Address at #InterDrone
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