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Russian IT-company and Ai developer, Cognitive Technologies, has released a new version of its autonomous driving system for harvesters that can work at night.
Strong tractor sales across Australia in August have continued the trend of record volumes for the past few months, with sales for the month up 12.7 per cent.
Forty-five people have lost their lives in on‐farm incidents and a further 144 have been involved in non‐fatal incidents in the first nine months of 2017, according to analysis of Australian media reports by the Australian Centre for Agricultural Health.
The latest Miller spraying technologies with a lighter footprint to suit row crop and medium size farming operations are now available.
A range of header modifications is available to assist grain growers facing the challenge of harvesting short crops this year.
The risk of header fires has increased dramatically in the modern era where today’s sophisticated machines capable of fast, high throughput harvesting are running much hotter than their predecessors.
John Deere has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Blue River Technology, which is based in Sunnyvale, California and is a leader in applying machine learning to agriculture.
The capacity to remotely monitor and diagnose faults with modern-day farm tractors and machinery continues to advance with John Deere’s ‘Expert Alert’ system taking the technology to a new level.
Case IH has introduced Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) into its high-horsepower, Steiger tractors, making the Steiger the world’s first articulated tractor with CVT.