Displaying items by tag: Agriculture

GUEST INTERVIEW: The idea of using private wireless networks instead of Wi-Fi, LANs or carrier-operated wireless networks has taken root in recent years. iTWIre discussed the issue with Federated Wireless CTO Kurt Schaubach.

Published in Guest Interviews

GUEST INTERVIEW: Impact investment is the art of sustainable investing and achieving positive social and private investment outcomes - a win/win situation proven by investment expert Barry Palte, who says social impact and leading investment returns are not mutually exclusive!

Published in Guest Interviews

GUEST INTERVIEW: Impact investment is the art of sustainable investing and achieving positive social and private investment outcomes - a win/win situation proven by investment expert Barry Palte, who says social impact and leading investment returns are not mutually exclusive!

Published in Business IT

With Australia's population projected to reach 38.8 million in 2060-61, agricultural productivity will need to increase to help sustain our growing population.

Published in Guest Opinion

Australia-based IT company Canopy Tools' IoT software has been adopted for a rural development program in Wales.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

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.

Published in Development

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.

Published in Business IT

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.

Published in Business Software

Australian agtech start-up and digital livestock management platform provider AgriWebb has completed a new funding round, with a $30 million investment in the company led by the ventures arm of Canadian telecommunications provider TELUS, which recently launched TELUS Agriculture, a division to address food security by leveraging its technology expertise.

Published in Market
Tuesday, 08 December 2020 10:06

ParaZero to merge with Delta Drone South Africa

Australian drone safety systems company ParaZero is merging with international drone services provider Delta Drone South Africa.

Published in Listed Tech

German global technology and services provider Bosch Group and BASF Digital Farming have formed a joint venture to market and sell smart farming solutions.

Published in Biology

Swedish telecommunications equipment vendor Ericsson is collaborating with Telstra to develop an enterprise solution with an extension into the hybrid cloud space, following a successful 5G edge computing trial with an Australian financial institution in 2019.

Published in Cloud

Australian agtech firm DIT Technologies has raised $267,000 in the first week of its equity crowdfunding campaign, with both investors and locals putting in their money.

Published in Biology

Satellite communications provider Inmarsat has entered into an agreement with Internet of Things solutions provider to the agricultural industry Farmbot Monitoring and mobile satellite services Pivotel aimed at bringing IoT-enabled water management solutions to farmers across Australia.

Published in Internet of Things

Germany-based, global enterprise software company Software AG is partnering with Victoria's Swinburne University of Technology to provide its IoT platform to the university for research and education purposes.

Published in Education

Australia's national science agency CSIRO and agtech firm Goanna Ag will collaborate on the use of sensors and analytics to maximise the use of irrigation used to grow crops.

Published in Biology

Research collaboration led by the University of Western Australia has created a new technique that speeds up the development of seeds, producing better quality and more abundant pulse crops.

Published in Climate
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