Perfecting IPM: Going beyond the crop walk and sticky cards

One company iUNU, has a system that uses AI to help with early pest detection. The system "learns" what healthy crops and plants look like, recognizes when anomalies occur, and then sends an alert when something is amiss.

Moving Horticulture and Indoor Cultivation to the Cloud

One of the most promising business cases for cloud and Internet of Things (IoT) services is environmental monitoring to help ensure a stable indoor growing environment for the localized cultivation of non-native crops such as fruits, nuts, vegetables and herbs.

Autogrow's API and Amazon's Alexa leads to world first talking AgTech system

"We think this is the best use-case of AI (Artificial Intelligence) today. Weve basically turned a vocal sound into a machine command and proven integration of different systems is possible," says CEO Darryn Keiller.

New IntelLiDrives XYZ Robot helps researchers to study plant development

XYZ Robot helps researchers develop hardier, weather-resistant crops

Myriad Mobile Raises $1.5M to Launch New Ag-Tech for Grain

Investment aligns strategic partners for market opportunity

Optical Sensors Advancing Precision in Agricultural Production

Seth Murray for Photonics.com: Emerging methods for plant phenotyping involve optical sensors - from simple RGB image sensors to NIR and Raman spectroscopy.

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