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Robotics and the Revolution in Global Agriculture
RBR's "Big Ag & Agribotics: 2014-2020 Robotics and the Revolution in Global Agriculture" examines the factors driving and chal­len­ges hindering the adoption of robotics in agriculture.
By RBR Staff

“Big Ag & Agribotics: 2014-2020 Robotics and the Revolution in Global Agriculture,” a special report from Robotics Business Review, is now available.

This in-depth, 30-page report examines the factors driving robotics and automation in agriculture, as well as the challenges, too. We take a close-up at the established robot milking technology in the dairy sector and relative newcomers, such as crop imaging drones and nursery robots. The report also takes a look at technologies that are slightly further from market, such driverless tractors and strawberry-picking robots.

We’ll be joined on this journey by some of the world’s foremost experts and authorities drawn from the worlds of agricultural technology research, commercial robotics, policy and the law.

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Table of Contents

I. Introduction
II. Drivers and Challenges
III. Plight or Flight
IV. DairyBots
V. Farming from Above: Aerial Drones
VI. Technology Leaders
      John Deere & Co.
      Blue River Technology
      Kinze
      Farmbot
VII. Insight: Joe Jones & Harvest Automation
VIII. Australia: Agribotics of Necessity
IX. Farm Bots, the Law and Policy
X. Government Investment
XI. Also on the Farm: New Tech Tools
XII. Conclusion: Is 2050 Doable?


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