Belgian Colruyt Group has developed a vertical farm.
Ag Leader introduces the new GPS 7500 and DualTrac steering and positioning solutions.
Dutch company Tumoba is developing a robotic broccoli harvester. It’s expected to be launched in 2020.
Dutch research centre TNO has developed a sensor for measuring nitrate levels in soil.
John Deere Manure Sensing is now DLG certified for all 3 main liquid organic fertiliser types.
Future Farming’s 4th edition of 2018 is now online.
Precision Makers stops selling kits with which tractors and mowers can be converted to autonomous vehicles.
Robotic harvesting will revolutionize the economics of the agriculture industry.
Applied Drone Innovations is looking into automated disease detetection in orchids using drones.
German machinery manufacturer Lemken has taken over Dutch companies Rumpstad and Steketee.
Bird Control Group conducted succesful trials on protecting crops from bird damage using laser.
Can the food forest be an alternative for current food production? No way, says Leo Tholhuijsen.
It's becoming clear why smart farming fails to break through in the farmer’s day to day practise.
President of CEMA Anthony van der Ley says exchange of data between brands must improve.
The Global Future Farming Speakers Summit was held on 6 november at Wageningen Campus.
During the Global Future Farming Summit Rick van de Zedde will explain high-tech phenotyping tools.
How do camera-controlled mechanical weeders work? The Ferrari Remoweed and the Robovator showed us.
What are the future challenges ahead for precision farming? We asked Vik Vandecaveye.
5G Fieldlab aims to drastically increase the speed with which drone images are turned into a map.
David Wallerstein from Tencent believes combining AI with food production unlocks huge potential.
Vantage Agrometius sent its Veris iScan on a demonstration tour, visiting 13 locations in Holland.
The profit from precision farming is in less damage to the crops, says Dutch onion grower Max Sturm.
KWS Saat sees its future in the breeding of hybrid diploid potatoes from seed.
Leen Ampt has started on-land ploughing to maintain productivity on his heavy soil.