The robots aren’t coming – they’ve already arrived. At least, that’s the case at the University of Georgia, where a team of researchers use all-terrain rovers on the ground and drones in the air to quickly and accurately gather crop data, including growth patterns, stress tolerance and general health.
“Trimble is excited to launch a world-first technology that enhances vertical GPS accuracy, enabling agriculture contractors to better perform leveling or land forming operations,” said Josh Shuler, product manager for Trimble’s Agriculture Division. Read moreRead More »
The new FAA rule that allows farmers to get certificates to operate drones in the fields is changing we way we do agriculture. It practically encourages more incorporation of technology. With options of robotic weeding, self-driving tractors, and drones in the skies, there is so much more our farmers can[…]Read More »