As the cost of technology for sensing and monitoring falls and powerful computing power becoming more available Smart Farming becomes closer to the field. New and emerging technologies on show in the Innovation Hub
The Innovation Hub this year will be looking towards the connected farm where sensors and monitors provide early warning of risks from disease, weeds and adverse weather, autonomous machines support 24/7 cultivation, and prevention and resilience are key management strategies.
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We are looking for a lively, go-getting team player to be our first point of contact in our fast paced and dynamic office.
It is time for change – acting fast and making minimal interventions can reduce the use of inputs such as water, fertiliser or plant protection,
Soil health came out top choice as a research priority in our straw poll of visitors to the Innovation Hub. Amid the creation of the
We welcomed Environment Secretary Michael Gove to the Innovation Hub on Stand 271 to meet with researchers and businesses and find out more about the
There may be no escape from Brexit, but there are some offers of support at Cereals (14th-15 June). AHDB is providing a ‘Brexit bucket list’ with the
Our natural resources of light, water and soil are finite but with smart technology we can make them go further. The Innovation Hub (Stand 271)