Agriculture

Examples of the farm of the future include autonomous tractors, robotic milking and fruit picking, and drones for precision agriculture. These agricultural robots have arisen in response to workforce challenges, the need to feed billions of people, and forward-thinking commercial development.

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Call for Papers 2018 Issued by RoboBusiness Europe

Submit your paper for our 2018 conference in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. As part of the second International Robotics Week, the RoboBusiness Europe conference and exhibition has issued a call for papers 2018.

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When Will Robotics Cause a Business Disruption?

When Will Robotics Cause a Business Disruption?

Automation is expected to cause business disruption in the agriculture, supply chain, and service industries. How good are you at identifying the technologies responsible and the opportunities around them?

Russian and Chinese Robotics Follows Energy Pacts

Russian and Chinese Robotics Follows Energy Pacts

Russian and Chinese robotics partnerships have grown in the past few years, involving military, agricultural, and logistics robotics. Could they become serious competitors for Western tech companies?

Robot Harvest: Agribotics for Farm, Field and Orchard

Robot Harvest: Agribotics for Farm, Field and Orchard

This report offers insight, analysis, and industry news  on the convergence of agribotics, smart farming, Farming 4.0, and the Internet of Things in agriculture. From 7 billion people to 9 billion by 2050! Three grand challenges face a rapidly-growing world...

Webcast: Robot Harvest: Agribotics and the Food We Eat

Webcast: Robot Harvest: Agribotics and the Food We Eat

With fewer people farming (only 2 percent of the U.S. population) on a generally non-expanding chunk of tillable land and with more mouths to feed expanding exponentially, everyone realizes that something must be done well before the global population balloons...