Agritech

In the Know: Bi-Weekly Agritech Round-Up (May 25, 2018)

The world of agritech is changing every day. Check out our bi-weekly round-up to stay in-the-know on the evolving world that is agriculture technology.

Six Digital Transformation Trends in Agriculture

In order to meet the needs of a growing population, resource output must continue to grow. How are farmers keeping up with the demands in the industry? By utilizing these six new technologies as sustainable and scalable resources in agriculture.

Read more here, via Forbes. 


Manufacturing and Blockchain: Prime Time is Yet to Come

Blockchain technology is transforming the way that manufacturers conduct business and record transactions – not only currency transactions, but also with data transactions. Widespread adoption of this technology could have widespread benefits for the global economy and industry standards.

Read more here, via Coindesk.


How has Technology Sown the Seeds for Advancements in Agriculture

By educating famers on technological advancements, helping them build a marketplace online and removing the middleman in their sales, entrepreneurs are offering technological solutions to farmers to keep up with growth in the agriculture industry.

Read more here, via Entrepreneur


With Blockchain Insurers Opt for ‘Coopetition’

Coopetition is the chosen path for many industries embracing blockchain technology. Insurance companies, technologists and thought leaders are beginning to see the benefits of a shared services approach to conducting business.

Read more here, via Forbes.


Agriculture Conference Shines Light on Bluff City

More than 200 farmers, scientists and agriculture entrepreneurs attended the Davos on the Delta conference in Memphis.

Read more here, via WMC Action News 5.


Blockchain is Coming for Agriculture, and You Might Not Even Notice

Many farmers utilize a variety of technology and software to keep up with the growing demand for their crops. Industry leaders are discovering how blockchain technology delivers real value to growers.

Read more here, via Successful Farming.

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