HHD: Autonomy and the future of agriculture

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Seminar looks at role of automation in agriculture field

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  • A drone flies above a field.
    A drone flies above a field.
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Between Roombas, automatic lawn mowers and self-driving cars, automation is finding a foothold in most industries around the world. The same can be seen in agriculture as Husker Harvest Days and the Farm Progress Show hosted a seminar to discuss where automation was at in agriculture and where it might go in the future.
Speaking on what autonomy on the farm might look like in the coming years was John Fulton of Ohio State University. He noted that there is a lot of action going on in the world of autonomy as it relates to farm machinery, both locally and globally.

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