Items Tagged with 'precision ag'


Brazil’s Stara Expands AI, Precision Ag Feature to Sprayers

Brazil’s Stara now offers its Syncro technology on its sprayers. Previously, the company only offered the artificial intelligence technology for its planters and spreaders’ portfolio. Syncro integrates the data for the same functioning of different machines, adjusting the use of water and other resources, as well as the distance between the sprayers, planters or spreaders. 

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Quantifying the Economic Benefits of On-Farm Digital Technologies

Precision agriculture has become mainstream in commercial agriculture production, and many would agree that it is “the way we farm today.” Utilization of technology varies from farmer to farmer, but the decision to invest in technology is commonly tied to the potential for increased efficiency and profitability.
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Agritechnica Perspectives: Irrigation Equipment Trends Toward Efficiency Through Sensors, Optimization

This year, articles dealing with low water reserves for land used for agricultural purposes, the high prevailing temperatures or climate change in general often carried the title "Drought in Germany." Hand-in-hand with this, the necessity of irrigation is also being discussed with increasing frequency. The consensus is that irrigation is becoming ever more important to safeguard agricultural yields.
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Robot Sprayers First to the Field?

One of the critical drivers of widespread adoption of autonomous ag technology will be cost vs. value. Like any new technology, there will be a learning curve and fusion onto the farm will be gradual. Dr. Scott Shearer, ag engineering professor at Ohio State University, doesn’t foresee automation being a wholesale replacement to human oversight on the farm.
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