AI-imbedded equipment, genetic modification, and supply chain traceability using DNA are just a few of the high-tech solutions to be highlighted at this year’s World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit.
Fifteen companies from around the world that have developed disruptive technologies to improve agriculture will be featured in March at the World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit in San Francisco. Many of the solutions incorporate advanced artificial intelligence to maximise efficiency. Others offer improvements in controlling growth environments with data monitoring. One of the fifteen featured start-ups is Australian – Farmbot captures and reports data on farm water ecosystems, helping farmers better manage this precious resource.