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Displaying items by tag: Agriculture

Australian start-up satellite technology company Fleet Space Technologies has opened its first nanosatellite ground station control centre in Adelaide.

Published in Space

Nokia sees Australia taking a lead in this year’s annual global Open Innovation Challenge competition by building on strong IoT momentum in the country’s industrial sectors like mining and resources, transport, utilities and agriculture.

Published in Internet of Things

Optus Business is investing $3.5 million in the newly launched industry-led Cyber Security Co-operative Research Centre.

Published in Security

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has launched a new online tool which it says the agricultural sector can use to anonymously report concerns about competition or fair trading issues in the industry.

Published in Strategy

National agtech innovation hub SproutX has accepted 11 start-ups into its accelerator programme in a bid to help transform Australia's agriculture sector through the use of technology.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

IoT is the future, even if we worry it’s the Internet of hackable and crackable things, which standard will win – Sigfox, LoRaWAN, NB-IOT or something else?

Published in Telecoms & NBN

National agtech innovation hub SproutX, a joint initiative between financial services group Findex and the National Farmers’ Federation, has opened what it says is Australia’s first co-working space dedicated exclusively to agtech start-ups and bolstered its services with new international expertise.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 07 December 2016 08:39

Israeli firm develops solar tag for smart agriculture

An Internet of Things (IoT) systems and energy harvesting solutions provider has devised an autonomous, wireless solar tag for enabling precision agriculture and smart irrigation.

Published in Biology

Skilled drivers in big machine agriculture will be replaced by fully autonomous tractors, drones and more that will change the way farming is done, how agricultural machinery is designed, and the ongoing robotic revolution.

Published in Business IT

Droning on wouldn’t normally be exciting, but when you’re talking about Ninox Robotics, the news of a CASA drone licence and commercial operations starting at last is solid news for the company.

Published in Mobility

There’s been a call for farmers and regional communities to get a better deal by delivering them more reliable telecommunications services.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Annual sales of drones will approach US $500 million in 2016, with agricultural applications to boost the market but delivery deployments are raising safety fears.

Published in Mobility

A long range unmanned aerial vehicle drone is being trialled in Australia, delivering a powerful tool in the fight against agriculture’s billion dollar invasive pest problem.

Monday, 29 June 2015 15:30

GraysOnline to acquire DMS Davlan

The Grays eCommerce group is to acquire B2B platform DMS Davlan, an established auction business in the key agricultural vertical and one of Australia’s premier asset management companies.

Published in Deals

Getting a job and pursing a career path in different business or industry sectors may depend on the strength or weakness of a particular industry, and a newly released national report shows that 13 out of 18 industries have recorded growth in employment numbers over the last two years.

Published in Recruitment
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 14:22

AARNet connects smart farm innovation centre

The University of New England’s AARNet-connected SMART Farm Innovation Centre at the university’s Armidale campus in regional New South Wales is now open for business.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 24 September 2014 10:53

Farming robots set to duke it out in national final

The Robot Wars TV show may have only lasted until 2004 but two UNSW engineering student teams are ensuring its spirit lives on, in the grand final of an agricultural robotics competition in Sydney this week.

Published in Development

Agricultural industry cloud specialists Agworld, based in Perth, today announced it raised a $6 million Series C round of financing, to be used towards a North America expansion.

Published in Deals
Monday, 08 March 2010 23:09

Burke back flip on 'Mad Cow imports'

Agriculture Minister Tony Burke has reversed a decision to allow beef imports from countries previously known to have been affected by BSE - more commonly known as mad cow disease - pending a full risk analysis of the policy.
Published in Health
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