Solar SmartFlower Blooms at Lavender Pond Farm

Inspired by sunflowers and other phototropic plants that follow the sun across the horizon, the SmartFlower wakes up at sunrise, fans out its twelve solar "petals" to 194 square feet and automatically cleans itself in preparation for capturing the sun's rays.

Surna Rebrands to Reflect Company Growth and Changing Cultivation Industry

New website and brand development strategy highlight technology's impact on cultivation industry

AQUAOSO Accepted by Valley Ventures Accelerator Program Water Management Platform to Strengthen Agricultural Capabilities

AQUAOSO combines knowledge of water markets with IoT technologies and machine learning to reimagine how all stakeholders manage, trade and view water resources to build a water resilient future.

Iteris Expands ClearAg Spray Advisor Capabilities

Professional Applicators Can Now Minimize Drift, Over-Spraying, and Crop Damage While Improving Product Efficacy

Farmobile Debuts New Subscription Service Farmobile Pro

New service allows farmers to quickly sync files across their entire farms to make faster decisions, reduce application errors

Analog Devices' Monitoring Initiative Aims to Improve Crop Quality and Yields and Boost Profitability of Local Farmers

The initiative instructs student farmers how to use Internet of Things and blockchain technologies to track the conditions and movement of produce from "Farm to Fork" to make decisions that improve quality, yields, and profitability.

Terra Drone Dedicated Image Processing Software Terra Mapper Begins Sales Of Its Cloud Version And Desktop Version At The Same Time

Terra Mapper is a single platform for photogrammetry that convert photos into 3D point clouds and orthomosaic images. The ability to create accurate 3D modeling from raw data captured from drones and ground cameras is now completed with ease.

EU's future cyber-farms to utilise drones, robots and sensors

Anthony King, From Horizon Magazine: Bee-based maths is helping teach swarms of drones to find weeds, while robotic mowers keep hedgerows in shape.

Drone World Expo to Offer over 40 Educational Sessions; Topics Include the Use of Drones in Newsgathering, Insurance, Maritime, and More

Exclusive First Look at Market Research Results

Selecting a Precision AG Crop Scouting Solution

The rapidly growing remote sensing industry provides consumers multiple options to choose from. The challenge is selecting a crop scouting solution thats complete - that considers the sensor, software, and data analytics tools that provide the best value for your needs.

BASF and Proagrica Sign Agreement to Offer Interface for Farm Management Systems

The first farm data management system to be integrated with Maglis through the new interface will be the Canadian "Compass™ Grower," providing information that supports insights from Maglis Crop Plan and Maglis Sustainability Assessment.

Bayer Crop Science R&D Chief Adrian Percy to Headline Ag Innovation Showcase St. Louis

Annual gathering attracts industry leaders, investors and entrepreneurs working to develop solutions to pressing global issues

Ag-tech: The automated farm

Tara Duggan for The San Francisco Chronicle: In the field, self-propelling harvesters lop off the heads of cabbages, then funnel the 8-pound goliaths to workers who trim and sort them. Inside a nearby Taylor Farms packing plant, a three-armed robot pivots and turns to maneuver bagged salads squarely into packing boxes.

ripe.io Introduces the First Real Tomatoes on the Blockchain

ripe.io is putting "transparency in every byte of food" with its blockchain, IOT and analytics technology for tomatoes.

A Brief History of Modern Farming

The idea of growing plants year-round by controlling environmental factors dates back as far as the Roman Empire. Emperor Tiberius Caesar had moveable plant beds built that could grow cucumbers year-round by being brought inside during cold or unfavorable weather.

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