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Essential Science: Improving agriculture with new AgriTech

AgriTech and associated financial solutions are revolutionizing agriculture, helping to secure the food supply and boost agricultural economics. This week’s Essential Science surveys some of the innovations.

Salinas, CA: Where startups are innovating in AgTech

In Salinas, California, startups and large companies alike are working to solve the world’s biggest problems in agriculture, farming workforce, and food production through innovations in agtech

Q&A: How advances in AgTech are reshaping farming Special

Activity in the agtech sector has skyrocketed over the last five years—marking its arrival as an important piece of the venture capital ecosystem, according to with Arama Kukutai of the venture capital firm Finistere.

Global growth in AgTech to address farming concerns

The application of digital technology in agriculture continues to advance and there are signs that AgTech is shaping the agricultural economies of many countries. Examples of countries from three continents are highlighted.

Facial recognition is set to disrupt agriculture

Biometrics and facial recognition are not just for recognizing and interpreting human characteristics. Technology is becoming available for agriculture, allowing farmers to differentiate animals and to study crop patterns.

Innovative startups offering connected agtech solutions

To address problems of food supply, data can be central to improving agriculture. A new of startup agtech companies are working on new solutions to improve global agriculture, drawing upon the cloud, big data, and the Internet of Things (IoT) solutions.

How agtech is disrupting African farming

Agtech offers new solution for farming, centered on improving efficiency with new technology. This is most notable across Africa. A new report has identified 2 agritech startups continent-wide.

New plan to coordinate European agtech

Waterford - The Waterford Institute of Technology is to become the coordinator for a €20 million EU-wide SmartAgriHubs project, representing the Irish Republic and the U.K. The institute will act as one of nine new clusters for agriculture technology.

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