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With the global population projected to reach 9.6 billion by 2050, concerns are being raised about the capacity of food production systems to meet human needs.
Whether you're a first-time flyer or in the market for a serious autonomous aircraft, you need to read our robotics engineer's guide to finding the drone that best suits your application.
Australia's niche in future agrifood markets may be more as a super ‘deli’ and health goods store than as a food bowl. Central to such a future is enabling farmers themselves to move up the value chain and sell their own...
It's time to think differently about how to supply electricity to regional industry. Renewables can and must play a key role but equally important is making better use of existing network infrastructure to facilitate load shedding and strategic feed in arrangements.
An explanation of the method used to account for battery capacity degradation in the NSW Farmers' PV + Battery Financial Analysis Calculator tool.
No. This isn't about going off grid. But there are reasons why Elon Musk has set his sights on Australia as one of the first markets to launch his praised battery systems (the PowerWall and PowerPacks). And that is that, for some, the numbers do add up. Let me show you how.
Distributed energy systems can help reduce the burden of remote properties on the network’s bottom line, with potential to reduce average electricity costs for all users. But it hasn’t been easy to find regions in which these opportunities are most prospective. That changed a few weeks ago, when the Network Opportunity Mapping Project's first sample data and map were released.
Civilisation is collapsing. Supplies are scarce. A deadly pathogen is destroying humanity. Only one career can arm you with the knowledge, resources and skills you'll need to survive the zombie apocalypse. And it's not the military.
Windscreen-bashing bugs, bungarras and bush flies…who needs ‘em? OK, some spiders can be useful (though not when they rain from the sky, as happened...
Are drones in farming a fad – a plausible excuse for many R&D groups worldwide to stick their noses in the farming trough of opportunity? Or are they an integral part of our farming future?