Digital Agricultural Services gets exclusive global rights to CSIRO grain prediction technology

Sharon O'Keeffe
By Sharon O'Keeffe
April 2 2020 - 10:00pm
GOING GLOBAL: The CSIRO has granted Digital Agriculture Services exclusive global rights to its Graincast crop forecasting technology. Photo: CSIRO

In a move set to raise questions about how farm derived data is used, the CSIRO recently gave Melbourne technology company Digital Agriculture Services exclusive global licencing to its crop forecasting tool Graincast.

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Sharon O'Keeffe

Sharon O'Keeffe

National Agriculture Writer - Farm Machinery and Technology

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