Farm Table says:
AgriFutures Australia has just released a new report co-authored by Sarah Nolet and Cass Mao that “acknowledges the barriers farmers face interacting with agtech”.
Technologies such as automation, GPS guidance, yield mapping, sensors and remote imaging were considered cutting edge just a few years ago, but now are commonplace. Technology has always been part of agriculture but the current rate of change is unprecedented and poses unique challenges and opportunities for the sector.
As noted by Sarah this week on LinkedIn: