In the Know: Bi-Weekly Agritech Round-up (July 6, 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.

Blockchain Could Help to Solve Some of the Industry’s Biggest Problems: Blockchain Enters the Global Logistics Industry

The Port of Rotterdam Authority signed a cooperation agreement with Dutch blockchain startup, CargoLedger. This partnership will use new technology for cargo tracking that will in turn help to improve processes around the world within the global logistics industry.

Read more here, via The Sociable.


Redefining Security with Blockchain

Blockchain offers a new way forward and a proactive approach that will help to secure a new generation of digital platforms and services.

Read more here, via Dark Reading.


Startup Spotlight: LifeID Uses Blockchain Technology to Build Secure Digital Identities

LifeID is a Seattle-based startup that allows people to verify their identity online and in personal interactions through the use of blockchain technology. It offers users the ability to transfer money, access sites online and perform tasks, like verifying their income for an apartment rental, without going through credit checking companies.

Read more here, via GeekWire.


Agriculture Equipment Manufacturers Should be Ready for These Trends

Over the next 25 years, the agriculture industry will see a massive shift in farm ownership, driven by the aging demographics of today’s farmers. Tractors and harvesters will look more like computers and data will drive productivity.

Read more here, via High Plains Journal.

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