Iowa, USA, technology company Smart Ag has developed the first cloud-based platform for driverless tractors.
The company is releasing on a limited basis, the first application for the platform, called AutoCart. This software application fully automates a grain cart tractor, which provides farmers with assistance during the demanding harvest season.
Colin Hurd, the founder and CEO of Smart Ag, said the innovative technology will allow farmers to automate their existing equipment and maximize its efficiency and capacity – regardless of manufacturer.
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ZF, the German company known worldwide for its automotive technology, has launched a new computing device specifically aimed at making combine harvesters, tractors and other farming vehicles more autonomous.
The new device, which features artificial intelligence, is called the “ZF ProAI” processor unit.
The company will be demonstrating the new technology at Agritechnica, an event to showcase agricultural machinery. Continue reading ZF testing driverless tractors and combine harvesters using new AI computing device