Some Digital Tools Gain a Foothold
Digital tools that can help farmers deal with the here and now have been adopted the most quickly. For example, Taranis provides drones that take ultra-high-resolution photos to help farmers assess what’s happening in their fields at the leaf-and-stem level. Then Taranis applies AI and machine learning to identify the success of fertility initiatives, the locations of weed breakthroughs, the effects of nutrition deficiencies on plants, and the extent of defoliation by pests or weather conditions…Read more HERE
Taranis is the world’s leading AI-powered crop intelligence platform for agribusiness. It leverages AI and machine learning, high-resolution aerial, satellite, and drone imagery, and deep agronomic know-how to allow crop advisors to make better, more informed crop management decisions. Since starting in 2015, Taranis has worked with the world’s top agricultural retailers and crop protection companies, monitoring millions of acres for customers in the United States, Canada, Brazil, Russia, Ukraine, and Australia. Taranis employs over 80 people worldwide and is headquartered in Westfield, Indiana.