Australia-based IT company Canopy Tools' IoT software has been adopted for a rural development program in Wales.
National Broadband Network connectivity has a critical role to play in supporting economic growth across Australia’s agriculture sector now and into the future, according to a new research report, which estimates it could add $15.6 billion to the value of the farming, forestry and fishery sectors.
Scientists at CSIRO, Australia's national science agency, have solved a farming challenge using artificial intelligence to identify the boundary of every individual paddock in Australia's grain growing region from space – around 1.7 million of them.
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.
The CSIRO has developed a new groundwater sensor system to monitor the environment faster and provide more reliable and less labour-intensive detection for the resources industry.
The widespread adoption of digital technologies by agricultural businesses is potentially one of the most important ways to stimulate improved rates of productivity growth in the farming sector, according to Australia’s competition regulator, the ACCC.
Trials of ‘world first’ satellite positioning technology have proven more than $6 billion could be delivered to the Australian economy over the next 30 years, according to one Australian Government minister.
Robot technologies are predicted to bring new efficiencies to traditional farming practices as farming equipment such as tractors, sprayers and planting equipment become increasingly larger and more complex, according to one robotics start-up company.
The Australian Centre for Robotic Vision, headquartered at QUT, wants to give robots hand and eye co-ordination, with robots to become a real money-saving solution to labour shortages and food production.
CSIRO scientists have developed what they say is a humane new technology that could help save Australian farmers’ crops and livelihoods from the threat of pest animals which are estimated to cost the Australian economy up to $1 billion a year.
The CSIRO's Data61 data innovation group is partnering with ASX listed agribusiness, Ruralco to invest in a series of projects for the development of data-driven solutions for more efficient and sustainable farming.
ASX-listed nano-satellite telecommunications provider Sky and Space Global has sealed an agreement with the London-based Wefarm free knowledge and data sharing service that empowers farmers to connect with other farmers around the world.
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.
The CSIRO says that Australian farmers can help to tackle the global food shortage and significantly increase their productivity by taking advantage of new smart farming technologies enabled by next generation broadband networks.
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