Remote Monitoring

GPS tracking devices help underpin animal production claims

GPS tracking devices aren’t just revolutionising livestock monitoring and offering up a solution to cattle theft – they’re also delivering guaranteed best practice certifications for consumers. Farming technology company IDS Australasia’s ‘GFARM’ tracker, which works hand-in-hand with livestock management tools to draw on real-time information, is now commercially available to producers…Read More

beefcentral, August 12, 2019

First-of-its-kind sensor to provide water management visibility for farmers

Agtech companies Goanna Ag and Myriota have combined their fields of expertise to develop a remote monitoring, low-cost farm sensor solution for farmers. The solution will tackle one of Australian agriculture’s biggest challenges: the management and optimisation of on-farm water use…Read More

beefcentral, August 7, 2019

Improving connectivity in the bush

Feedlot operators and others in the red meat supply chain remote areas looking to assess their connectivity requirements and identify potential solutions have access to a new guide to help them navigate through the often grey area of connectivity…Read More

beefcentral, December 12, 2018

Remote WA station a connectivity showcase

A remote location, whole-of-farm connectivity solution is helping drive productivity and efficiency improvement on Murchison House station, 650km north of Perth near Kalbarri in Western Australia…Read More

beefcentral, November 23, 2018

Connectivity challenge dramatically limiting R&D uptake, says ACC’s David Foote

Rural and regional voters should consider placing connectivity at the top of their list of priorities in the lead-up to next year’s Federal election, prominent Queensland red meat producer and processor David Foote told MLA’s annual gathering in Canberra this morning.        ..Read More

beefcentral, November 21, 2018

Connectivity still challenges greater technology uptake in beef industry

Connectivity issues remain one of the key reasons why the extensive cattle industry lags behind other forms of Australian agriculture in technology uptake, a national survey suggests. ..Read More

beefcentral, November 2, 2018

Life in the slow lane: Alternative solutions tp speed up Agtech

New and improved technologies on the market mean we don’t have to rely on the NBN or expensive commercial networks to get the job done…Read More

Agtech Central editor, Sam Trethewey, August 2, 2018

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