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Australian company The Yield recently launched a new microclimate predictions system for growers of wine grapes and other climate-sensitive crops. Known as Sensing+™, the system combines sensing hardware, AI and grower-friendly mobile apps to enable “faster, more informed decision-making”.
Are you an ag, vet or animal sciences grad keen to contribute to a cutting-edge collaborative research project? Apply by 20 February for this $30,000 scholarship in virtual fencing at the Dairy Research Foundation.
An army of ag-bots is on the march, set to transform farming, with semi- and fully-automated ag operations already popping up all over the planet. The Australian Centre for Field Robotics at The University of Sydney is at the forefront of the agricultural robotics revolution.
Goldman Sachs' Jerry Revich talks about the power of new technology to help farmers feed billions more people by 2050 and beyond.
A brace of Toowoomba-based entrepreneurs has received the thumbs-up from CASA for their inaugural global drone-developers' challenge, which they hope will help convince farmers and legislators that UAV use is safe, reliable and effective. More than $100,000 in prize money and some top research spots are up for grabs.
A new high-technology hub at The University of Sydney’s Australian Centre for Field Robotics will help prepare Australia’s horticulture sector us for a more efficient, productive and profitable future.
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.
CSIRO and JCU researchers have been developing cutting-edge ICT – wi-fi sensor networks, data analytics and rural connectivity – that has potential to boost returns to Australia’s northern beef farmers, and potentially, to other livestock agribusinesses.
A smart new tool developed by Zimbabwean agricultural researchers could help smallholder farmers across Africa- and the world- identify the nutrients needed by any crops in any field, anytime, via mobile phone.
Farmers fending off geese, galahs, white cockatoos and other avian pests take note: this cutting-edge Dutch technology could be the solution.