With significant capacity for machine production and 5 acres for testing, this new facility is positioned to be the central campus for precision and autonomous agriculture innovation, training and service for Raven Canada.
Raven Industries has announced two advancements for its market-leading VSN Visual Guidance System, building upon the Company’s bold investment in Raven Autonomy. The latest advancements in VSN — full canopy guidance and automatic row turnaround — allow operators to cover more acres with less worry.
According to a recent report from the Assn. of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), as more of that data continues to be produced in what has become an increasingly interconnected world, both OEMs and their customers are being forced to answer a difficult question: Just who owns the data, and how should it be used?
According to a June update from the American Broadband Initiative, the past year has seen several steps taken to promote rural broadband access in the U.S. However, there is much left to be done until rural America has reliable, consistent access to broadband technology.
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In this week's episode we look at how ag equipment manufacturers compare to other machinery sectors in their recovery. In the Technology Corner, Michaela Paukner looks at how the massive “all-in-one” machine by NEXAT handles every work step in production agriculture, including soil cultivation, sowing, crop protection and harvesting. Also in this episode: a number of dealers are making acquisitions in Dealers on the Move, Deere acquires battery technology provider Kreisel Electric and Ben Thorpe examines how the major OEMs' R&D expenses compare to their ag sales.