Automation already on the way from the major manufactures

Sharon O'Keeffe
July 25 2019 - 3:00pm
FUTURE FARM: University of Southern Queensland Centre for Agricultural Engineering director Professor Craig Baillie said OEM machinery companies were leading the way in precision agriculture technology.
FUTURE FARM: University of Southern Queensland Centre for Agricultural Engineering director Professor Craig Baillie said OEM machinery companies were leading the way in precision agriculture technology.

Automation of machinery will be the future of precision agriculture, and major companies are already making elements of the technology available now.

Sharon O'Keeffe

Sharon O'Keeffe

National Agriculture Writer - Farm Machinery and Technology

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