AGTECH & INNOVATION

 


This page is designed to introduce you, as the farmer, to new agricultural technologies that are available to you (or reaching commercialisation) in Australia.

In time, you will be able to read reviews from other farmers about their experiences with the technology.

SENSORS

SENSORS

BIG DATA

BIG DATA

UNMANNED VEHICLES

UNMANNED VEHICLES

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

LIVESTOCK BIOMETRY

LIVESTOCK BIOMETRY

VIRTUAL FENCING

VIRTUAL FENCING

INPUTS & DIAGNOSTICS

INPUTS & DIAGNOSTICS

3D PRINTING

3D PRINTING

TRACEABILITY

TRACEABILITY

RAPID BREEDING & GENE SELECTION

RAPID BREEDING & GENE SELECTION

ALTERNATIVE LIVESTOCK FEEDS

ALTERNATIVE LIVESTOCK FEEDS

WASTE SYSTEMS

WASTE SYSTEMS

 
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"Australia will undoubtedly play a role in feeding the future. Though the benefits of agtech have not yet transformed agricultural operations, Australia is rapidly laying the groundwork and building momentum. The potential is there for Australia to soon be a global leader in agtech innovation." Sarah Nolet (AgFunder News)

"AgTech provides a window into the transformative effect digital technology can have on traditional industry. Agriculture has at its heart a powerful connection to the physical world. It is by its nature remote, and by its nature subject to the elements. If there is any industry that could be considered hostile for tech startups, agriculture must surely be it. Yet critical to its prosperity in the coming decades is technological innovation - cloud analytics, AI, drones, big data and autonomous vehicles." Alex MacCauley (Financial Review)

Read more: http://www.afr.com/technology/why-agtech-is-australias-next-100-billion-industry-20160907-grb1uz#ixzz4MibhtALs

Start with the problem, not the solution, ag tech startups advised

By James Nason, 07 October 2016

Interest in ag tech investment in Australia is taking off, as evidenced by the fully subscribed, standing-room-only crowd which packed a Brisbane conference room yesterday for MLA’s red meat industry digital strategy forum.

http://www.beefcentral.com/news/start-with-the-problem-not-the-solution-ag-tech-startups-advised/