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High-tech solutions for farming tasks

What’s New From the Shows: Here are new products with a hint of precision technology built inside.

By Farm Progress staff

Farm Progress editors looking for high-tech solutions to farm tasks and challenges found everything from systems that launch tillage into the precision age to a new insecticide product formulated for safe, effective use in today’s environment. Be sure to check out each product described in this slideshow. Use the contact information to learn more about the products, many of which could have a fit in your farm operation.

Some of you may be attracted to the Quantix UAV, a unique unmanned aerial vehicle that combines the benefits of both airplane and helicopter-style drones. There is more to this new product than just the capabilities of the drone itself. The company pushes the envelope on interpreting data collected from drone flights, using its own algorithms and information to interpret what cameras see during flight. If you’re looking to take the next step in seeing what else you can harvest from aerial scouting, this product is worth investigating.

Both Topcon and Case IH Advanced Farming Systems offer solutions that can help make soil preparation and planting more efficient. Both companies have a long history in developing software and hardware solutions for precision farming that help make daily operations more efficient and productive.

The seed treatment industry continues to introduce more sophisticated, effective solutions all the time. As seed treatments themselves grow more sophisticated, so do the products you need to apply them and make sure every seed is treated properly. If you treat seed or have it treated, keep up on the latest products by checking out these new offerings.

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