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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
High-speed internet connectivity and a national broadband communications network creates new opportunities for smart services into farms around education and extension, health, business support, precision agriculture as well as veterinarian and agronomic support, marketing, safety and work flow... In order to understand this point, this presentation will outline some of the 'smart services' that could potentially feed into a farm, via the internet connectivity... The presentation aims to outline the case for connecting farms, by introducing a number of key operational concepts and then exploring the opportunities that broadband connectivity into farms has to offer...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Grain growers in the southern cropping region can look forward to better access to advisers and off-farm resources as communications technology makes its way onto more farms in coming years... "With high speed internet connection, the options include video conferencing which means farmers can talk to their business advisers, their agronomist and their machinery resellers in a face-to-face way, live, just like you would have an ordinary conversation," Dr Lamb said at a Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) grains research Update... "Using the technology generating data, including yield data from a harvester monitor, or nutrient maps or soil moisture maps, the services sector can collect that data and information and put it together to provide meaningful advice for growers...
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Catalogue: GRDC YouTube channel
" Broadband and data hold big opportunities for grain growers 14 August 2013 University of New England professor Dr David Lamb said that, with only 20 per cent of Australian farmers taking advantage of advanced broadacre management like precision agriculture, there was plenty of room for the cropping sector to tap into opportunities for real-time improvements on-farm through broadband-enabled smart services... Technology to reduce spray drift GCTV: Drift Reducing Technology..
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Grain growers in the southern cropping region can look forward to better access to advisers and off-farm resources as communications technology makes its way onto more farms in coming years... "With high speed internet connection, the options include video conferencing which means farmers can talk to their business advisers, their agronomist and their machinery resellers in a face-to-face way, live, just like you would have an ordinary conversation," Dr Lamb said at a Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) grains research Update... "Using the technology generating data, including yield data from a harvester monitor, or nutrient maps or soil moisture maps, the services sector can collect that data and information and put it together to provide meaningful advice for growers...
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