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Drones and Agricultural Sensors

Drones and Agricultural Sensors

Belgian potato supply chain commits to digital data platform WatchITgrow
Three Belgian organisations, Boerenbond, Belgapom and VITO are teaming up to strengthen the future of the Belgian potato chain by jointly investing in the online data platform WatchITgrow.
Thursday, February 28, 2019
Developing sensors for potato farming
Ahmad Al-Mallahi, working at Dalhousie University since October as the McCain Research Chair and assistant professor in the Department of Engineering, is working on sensors and automation to make potato farming smarter.
Tuesday, February 5, 2019
Telefónica Colombia y FAO presentan piloto ‘Smart Agro’
Se trata de un proceso de innovación, digitalización y análisis de datos que transformaría la agricultura del territorio nacional y brindaría mejores condiciones a la seguridad alimentaria.
Friday, November 2, 2018
Nuevas tecnologías aplicadas a la producción de alimentos
Cuál es su rol en el sector agropecuario? Es un tema a discutirse durante las Jornadas de Inmersión en AgTech, que se realizarán entre el 6 y 7 de noviembre, en la ciudad argentina de Rosario.
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
El nuevo satélite argentino anticipará inundaciones y sequías
Tiene tres toneladas de peso y una antena radar de 10 metros de largo. Producirá principalmente imágenes para el agro, la gestión de emergencias hídricas y la vigilancia del mar argentino.
Tuesday, October 9, 2018
Mapping and evaluating the health of potato fields based on satellite data
Rezatec - a UK based company focused on the analysis and interpretation of satellite data - has in collaboration with AHDB Potatoes investigated the effectiveness of using satellite data to map the extent of potato crops in pilot locations across the UK.
Turning potatoes into plant sensors for the US Military
Researchers with the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture will lead a new DARPA program of $7.5 million to use potato plants as a new, revolutionary sensor platform to detect environmental threats to deployed troops and civilians.
Thursday, October 4, 2018
Fate North Carolina Sweet Potato Crop after Florence still a question mark
The problem for North Carolina’s sweet potato farmers is knowing whether the drenching rains unleashed by hurricane Florence will have the same effect as being inundated by a flooded pond or creek. Some sweet potato fields received as much as 30 inches.