#BFA19 Finalist: Hummingbird Technologies, featured in the REAP 2016 Start-up Showcase, has just announced it has attracted investment from BASF and TELUS Ventures. Hummingbird Technologies analyses images of fields captured by aerial vehicles including drones and satellites to provide insights for precision agriculture.
The Growing Better report not only sets out the scientific evidence and the economic case for transforming food systems but also highlights the $4.5 trillion a year new business opportunities this will create – this is very timely for the discussions at REAP 2019.
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Adrian Percy, former Global Head of R&D for Crop Science at Bayer, is to chair the Sofa Session at REAP
Drone Ag will be offering delegates at REAP a sneak preview of its new Skippy Scout system, which will be launched commercially in 2020.
Dr Brian Rigney, scientist at the 2Blades Group and son of dairy farmer, sees great potential for gene enhancement
xarvio’s Field Manager delivers field specific crop management recommendations to a smart-phone – it will be shown for the first time at REAP 2019
New devices for improving and implementing precision agriculture are to be shown at REAP for the first time including NetBeat smart irrigation, Drone AG’s Skippy Scout for managing your drone via a smart phone
#BFA19 finalist Drone Ag launches crowdfunding campaign to further develop their Skippy Scout app, which automates crop scouting using just your phone and a drone