The company is a startup established by industrial giant Bosch, and has a variety of solutions for the burgeoning precision agriculture market. [Read more…] about Deepfield Robotics to showcase precision agriculture technology at Agrilevante
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The global market for agriculture robots is expected to quadruple in size by 2026, according to a report by Research Dive.
The agriculture robot market size was $4,082.8 million in 2018, and is expected to reach $16,640.4 million by 2026, and will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 19.2 percent.
North America region generated a revenue of $ 1,469.8 million in 2018, and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 18.9 percent. [Read more…] about Global agriculture robot market expected to quadruple in size by 2026
In this briefing, Robotics and Automation News lists approximately 30 companies and advanced technologies emerging in the agriculture sector
In our recent article, “humorously” entitled “Alien farming technology…”, we mentioned that it might be a good idea to list some of the robotics and automation technologies emerging in the agricultural sector.
Which brings us here, and the slight problem of how to order the list. After minimal discussion, we decided to go random. So this list is not presented in any particular order. Hence the lack of numbers.
However, we do think all the technologies and companies mentioned below are offering something that will bring significant changes to the agricultural sector. [Read more…] about Top 30 interesting farming automation technologies and companies
Farming, as a human activity, is thought to be the basis for civilisations and societies dating back 15,000 years, possibly even further back if you believe the ancient alien astronaut theory.
In fact, ancient alien astronauts from the Anunnaki race are thought to have introduced Earthlings to farming in the first place, and gifted humans the plough. But that’s a whole other story.
Whatever its age, farming is still a globally widespread activity today. Indeed, until around 50 years ago, the vast majority of countries around the world were agrarian, meaning their economies and societies were reliant on the income generated by the agricultural sector – not just the food produced by it.
Even today, the largest economy in the world – the US – is also the world’s largest exporter of food. [Read more…] about Alien farming technology: A glimpse into the future of automated agriculture
Bosch – one of the world’s largest industrial companies, producing a wide variety of engineered products, from automotive components to home appliances – has reported increased sales for the year 2016.
In a press conference last week to launch the German giant’s annual report, Bosch CEO Volkmar Denner listed the key figures:
- sales rose from €70.6 billion in 2015 to €73.1 billion last year; and
- earnings before tax in 2016 reached a total of €4.3 billion.
Sales in all business segments and geographical regions had increased, added Denner.
As positive as the figures may seem, Denner said the company was nonetheless undergoing “profound transformation”, partly brought about by a range of new technologies which are changing the global industrial landscape, and because diesel engines may be phased out. [Read more…] about Bosch reports increased sales of €73 billion. Wins massive new sensor contract from Apple
One of the world’s largest engineering companies, Bosch, has outlined its vision of the future, which includes a world full of smart factories, robotic farmers and connected asparagus.
Bosch made its views available to Robotics and Automation News in a series of documents sent to us this week.
The company believes two main areas of technological development stand out from the rest: connectivity and sensors. [Read more…] about Connected asparagus: Bosch outlines vision of a future with connected factories and robotic farmers