An Iowa-based company is marketing one of agriculture’s first driverless systems for tractors. Smart Ag, an ag technology firm in Ames, has successfully tested the system that allows existing farm equipment to become autonomous. Smart Ag is taking orders and will sell a limited number of the systems in 2018.
Taranis, a company that provides sub-centimeter resolution of fields and uses computer vision, data science and deep learning algorithms to identify yield threats, announces a weed identification feature has been added to its platform. Read MoreRead More »
Technological advances mean fossil fuel in cars could be phased out within decades but switching to electric carries its own environmental and economic concerns as more and more countries announce radical plans. Read moreRead More »