Posts Tagged: 'precision agriculture'

Building a Strong Smart Farming Foundation: AGCO’s Full Fleet Connectivity Approach

In the near future, all AGCO customers will be able to pull data off of their machines for monitoring, processing, or sharing, so they can make more informed decisions that improve yield, reduce input use, or reduce risk. This foundation of machine information, paired with agronomic insights, will pave the way for the future of farming.

Think Global, Act Local: Bridging the Gap Between Industrial and Urban Farms Through Cutting Edge Technologies

IoT.ATL Living Labs is an initiative promoting smart farming in urban areas while bringing the community together through education, agriculture, and sustainability. As sponsors of the IoT.ATL Living Labs Challenge, AGCO supports local food security innovations while nurturing the next generation of smart farming advancements.

How Smart Farming Improves Sustainability throughout the Crop Cycle

Sustainability is the driver for the 17 United Nations’ development goals in order to improve global challenges by 2030. Smart farming is the propeller for sustainable agriculture and the key differentiator in solving one of globe’s biggest problems: hunger.

How To Recover Your Fields After The 2019 Winter Floods

At AGCO, our employees and dealers have been closely monitoring the impact of the floods that affected many parts of the United States. While some farmers deal with flooding on an annual basis, the catastrophic Spring 2019 floods are affecting farmers that don’t typically have this problem. In this blog, we discuss how to handle debris left in your fields, erosion, and deposition, and regaining soil health when the floodwaters recede.

A Step in the Smart Direction: Increasing Connectivity for Rural America

What does increasing connectivity for rural America mean for the farming industry, and what solutions are available now? New technologies in 2019 and 2020 will provide even greater connections from the field to the office. Broadband adoption affords product availability in areas that haven’t enjoyed emerging IoT tech. With the new farm bill and companies building solutions, we will be better equipped than ever to meet the needs for food and fiber.