Arvo session certain to cover plenty

Arvo session certain to cover plenty

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TECH VIEW: The latest developments and opportunities for precision agriculture in the sugar cane industry will be covered at the workshop in Ingham on September 7.

TECH VIEW: The latest developments and opportunities for precision agriculture in the sugar cane industry will be covered at the workshop in Ingham on September 7.

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On the afternoon of the one-day workshop, five presentations by industry experts will be held every 30 minutes.

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THERE will be no shortage of information on the latest precision agriculture trends and technologies at the Ingham Precision Agriculture Workshop next month, thanks to an innovative approach to the second half of the day.  

On the afternoon of the one-day workshop, five presentations by industry experts will be held every 30 minutes.

This will allow attendees to rotate between them to take in all the sessions. 

Here’s a list of the line-up of companies presenting and the topics to be covered: 

1. John Deere

Topic: "Cane harvester yield monitoring and where it is going?"

2. Case IH

Topic: "Autonomous tractors and the smart farming systems."

3. Proagrica (SST Software)

Topic: "Data driving business decisions."

4. Fly Freely 

Topic: "What are the legal requirements that need to be considered when purchasing and using a UAV?"

5. Queensland DAF

Topic: "UAVs and their use in PA."

6. Ag Leader

Topic: "OptRX Crop sensors – What does all the data mean?"

7. Croplands/ Nufarm

Topic: "Optical spray technology."

8. Trimble

Topic: "Vantage-better management of your soil."

9. HCPSL & UNSW

Topic: "Digital soil mapping."

10. Topcon

Topic: "Getting the most from a variable rate controller."

The Ingham Precision Agriculture Workshop is jointly funded by Wet Tropics Sugar Industry Partnership, SmartCane, Sugar Research Australia and Project Catalyst and is a partnership between SPAA and the HCPSL.

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