5G’s fast speeds, high capacity and low latency are helping reimagine and enhance food production from farm to fork. Check out some of the next generation of applications enabling farmers to feed more people on fewer acres using less resources.
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How long would it take you to measure a plant’s height, leaf-area index and other
indicators of health? EarthSense’s TerraSentia autonomous robot can scan up to 10 plants per second. 5G, with fast speeds and low latency, enables data to be sent in real time—allowing farmers to manage crops more efficiently.
Managing irrigation, pests and diseases too often involves time- and fuel-intensive trips back and forth from the field to process data. Chiawana Orchards has discovered a different way of doing things. It’s using 5G-powered
sensors from innov8.ag to process instant information on their trees’ density, as well as the moisture in the soil and weather conditions, to improve tree health and increase yields.
Andrews Hay is harnessing 5G’s power
Andrews Hay is harnessing 5G’s power to read and interpret huge amounts of data from soil sensors in the field. It’s a more efficient way of gathering data, frees up employees for other tasks and gives farmers real-time insights about soil temperature and moisture so they can decide how to best plant, irrigate and fertilize the fields
Organizations like innov8.ag and 5G open Innovation lab
are paving the way for digital transformation for production of our nations most valuable resources: food
Dominion Networks installs, manages and operATES private 5g
We are proud to be operating in this space where so much innovation is changing our world for the better