A digital farm is more efficient and sustainable than its counterparts of the past. On a smart, digital farm, crops are likely grown using precision agriculture, tractors might be self-driving, the harvest could be determined by digital imagery of the fields, and the farmer is typically working with an agronomist to provide technical know-how.
Prof. Emilio Gil will represent Innoseta, and speak about the latest improvements of the project, at the Annual Precision Farming and Agriculture 4.0 Summit in Barcelona, Spain on the 17th and 18th of October. Be there!
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