Corteva : Precision Agriculture Alters the Farming Landscape | Corteva

Farming equipment doesn’t typically generate much buzz at the Consumer Electronics Show. But in January 2022, among the usual array of tablets and smart refrigerators sat the first fully autonomous tractor introduced by a major agricultural brand. The vehicle features six stereo cameras, enabling 360-degree obstacle detection, and a neural network that classifies each pixel in about 100 milliseconds. While it will take years for such tractors to proliferate across the world’s farm fields, the larger message is clear: Precision agriculture has fully arrived
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