Researchers at Monash University are applying Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology and game-design practices to reduce spray drift from agricultural pesticides, minimising the negative impact on neighbouring crops and wildlife - and potentially “revolutionising" cotton farming.
Farmbot has developed a camera sensor that can physically see water infrastructure, gates, fences or other assets, and send important data to farmers in a cinch. Without the need to see troughs, dams, and tanks, the nifty device is a game-changer for customers.
Researchers at The University of South Australia have applied machine learning to provide a cost-effective way to to monitor soil moisture using a standard digital camera.
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