In the Know: Bi-weekly Agritech Round-up (November 9, 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.

Agritech Tool Has Potential for Human Medicine

Researchers in health and medicine are leveraging agritech developments to their advantage. Image-based technology now allows operators to analyze various elements in the field that could prevent and cure diseases.


Four Blockchain Myths (Debunked)

Blockchain is now utilized across a variety of industries, and throughout the beginning stages of this tech revolution, there are a number of questions that must be answered.

Read more here, via the Forbes.

Understanding What Blockchain Technology Is, Its Importance and Structure

The capabilities of blockchain reach far beyond the financial industry. Its significance in the economy is growing as business professionals learn more about the technology behind the digital market.

Read more here, via the Bitcoin Exchange Guide.


Intelligent Farming

Farmers and machine manufacturers are collaborating to promote efficiency in the field. With the addition of a new AI tool, this robotics team is well on its way to revolutionizing the future of agriculture.

Read more here, via Electronics Weekly.


‘World-first’ Farming Robot Takes Centre Stage at Agri-Tech Week 

Agriculture is evolving into a digital industry, led by farmers and technology professionals. The world’s first robotic seed drill prototype for cereal crops was unveiled at the 2018 Agri-Tech Week conference.

Read more here, via Eastern Daily Press.

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