Barilla Foundation: "An Urgent Rethink of the Global Food System Is Needed"
-Global food systems generate $12 trillion of hidden costs, from environmental damage to public health -Revolutionizing current agri-food systems would bring economic returns of around $5.7 trillion, creating new business opportunities of up to $4.5 trillion each year by 2030 and creating environmental and health benefit
Precision Farming Market to cross USD 12 billion by 2025
The remote sensing technology in the precision farming market is expected to witness a growth rate of over 17% over the forecast timeline.
HYOSHIGA IKE: ANOTHER CIEL & TERRE'S FLOATING PV PLANT IN JAPAN, PRESERVING (AGRI)CULTURE
This solar array, located in Kobe City, Kobe, has taken into account both agriculture and a historical feature of the site…
Feeding a Growing Population: Why Technology Matters
If we can incorporate technology into already existing farming practices, we can increase production enough to feed the growing world. Technology can be used to grow more food on existing farms and to grow food in small spaces, such as indoor farms.
World's first floating farm in the Netherlands
Mina Solanki for IAmExPat: Floating Farm will be made from a concrete base and will measure around 1.000 square metres. The roof will be fitted with solar panels and a rainwater collection system.
AgriTech In India: How Startups Are Changing The Face Of Indian Agriculture
AgriTech Investors Roundtable: According to the latest report, for 2016, over $3.23 Bn was invested in agriculture sector worldwide. Of this, 53 Indian agritech startups raised $313 Mn.
Automating One Acre Under Glass
Richmond Nursery in Ontario Saves More Than $50,000 a Year Using an Leviton Environmental Control System
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Particularly small and cost-effective: Market launch of the uEye XLS cameras
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.