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Blue White Robotics, Federated Wireless, and Intel have announced work to adapt and connect existing farm equipment, notably tractors, at a California winery into autonomous production vehicles. The trio said …

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Agricultural tech provider Solinftec is working with agricultural cooperative GROWMARK in the US to deploy and develop its new automated field robot during the 2022 farming season, “from planting to …

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Vodafone has urged the UK government to write targets and incentives for 5G and IoT adoption into its forthcoming net-zero strategy blueprints, due to be published later this year. The …

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Microsoft and Nokia have partnered with the South Australian Government to combine ‘space technology’ and terrestrial 5G in service of local industry, including as the basis for digital change in …

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Australian network operator Telstra is to deploy weather stations on its NB-IoT network infrastructure in Queensland, in the northeast of the country, in order to create a hyper-local weather data …

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Over three quarters of projected economic growth from 5G in the UK will be driven by just three sectors: manufacturing, construction, and agriculture. These industries, considered to be linchpin ‘verticals’ …

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Low-power wide-area (LPWA) networking technologies like LoRaWAN and NB-IoT, among others, are helping farmers to connect their work to the internet, as we have heard. This connectivity provides a platform …

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The biggest fragmentation in smart agriculture is with base-line connectivity, which establishes the platform for the analytics and automation tools that will change farming. “Connectivity is a neccessary evil,” says …

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Farming is hard. It always has been. There is a song called This Hard Land by Bruce Springsteen, rock’s great chronicler of every-day struggle in modern America, which captures something …

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The digital transformation of the agricultural sector – a review of the strategies, technologies and stakes in play as farmers seek more sustainable and competitive ways to feed the world.

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