IoT Industry Events
NSW and SA Governments tout new agtech research farms
Including an $11.5 million CSIRO research station near Canberra.
Monash Uni using drones to reduce water wastage on farms
Detecting moisture just under the surface.
AgTech presents last great frontier for Australian IoT
Building confidence from farm to plate.
Vic govt looks worldwide for agtech IoT
Starts to set up trial networks.
IoT-enabled cows! Will humans follow?
Aussie startup develops implantable monitor.
CropLogic moves into Australian agtech market
The NZ company acquires Tasmanian agriculture monitoring firm.
Victorian govt to pump another $15m into agtech
Adds to $12m investment in IoT trials for agriculture.
Fleet Space wins grant for Dutch agtech project
Partner in Digital Rain IoT Platform via satellite project.
SproutX: making things smarter down on the farm
Agtech startups complete accelerator program.
‘Australia-first’ agtech research centre in Melbourne
Bosch and Monash University team up for smart agriculture facility.
The Yield launches agtech predictions system
Sensing+ uses IoT data to help farmers optimise resources.
Targeted weed killing coming to Aussie farms
Weed recognition technology to reduce use of herbicides.
NZ agritech IoT company to launch ASX IPO
CropLogic seeking $8 million from investors.
How IoT is optimising irrigation for NZ farmer
Using Schneider Electric, Microsoft, Vodafone and local solutions.
Aussie startup monitors remote water tanks via satellite
First field deployment of low-cost satellite transmitters.
LoRaWAN network for farmers announced
NNNCo partners with analytics provider for rollout.
How IoT is gaining momentum in NZ
Agritech set to lead the way across the ditch.
Local start-up aiding graziers manage variable conditions
MaiaGrazing uses analytics to help farmers manage stock levels and other operations.
The Yield secures big business support
Agtech start-up lands $6.5 million Series A funding from KPMG, Bosch and AgFunder.
The Yield wins AgFunder innovation award
Tasmanian IoT start-up recognised on a global scale.
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