Thursday, December 7, 2023

Artificial Intelligence

AI in the sky closing in on pest plants

AI in the sky closing in on pest plants

Annette ScottMar 22, 2023
Successful ECan pilot programme shows promise against Nassella tussock.

AI on the lookout for disease 24/7

Annette ScottSep 27, 2022
NZ firms join forces to develop a biosecurity early warning system.

Meatworks automation gathers pace

Hugh StringlemanApr 11, 2022
High meat prices and lack of skilled labour have boosted demand for automation and robotics provider Scott Technology, the listed company based in Dunedin.

Robots offer a tireless staffing option

Richard RennieFeb 8, 2022
The prospect of autonomous robotic tractors has long been a lure for growers and farmers, often pushed beyond the bounds of reality by cost and existing technology. But a Blenheim company has been quietly building a fleet of automated machines that are proving their worth with one of the region’s largest winegrowers.

An autonomous tractor ploughs a field.

John Deere releases autonomous tractor for US market

Gerald PiddockJan 17, 2022
Autonomous tractors could be available in New Zealand in the next few years after John Deere announced the technology will have a limited release to North American farmers this year.
Partnership opens AI door

Partnership opens AI door

Gerald PiddockDec 13, 2021
Dairy farmers have another tool to help them gain efficiencies, be more productive and sustainable.