Tools of the Future: Drones|
descriptionExplore the newest ag tools that will make you more profitable in the field at Successful Farming's Tools of the Future event. Iowa, June 12; Illinois, June 17; Indiana June 19.
Tomorrow's precision tillage
Larry Kuster with AGCO and Sunflower Seed & Tillage talks about the future of precision technology in the tillage sector of crop production.-- we -- -- and to consistently you know -- You be operator heads up as far as performance -- -- accidentally all you know after hours and it's when I start into the PNCB --
Aaron Sheller of Precision Drone talks about the pros and cons in the current unmanned aerial system, or drone, market right now for farmers and shares ideas about what to think about when buying a drone.-- we've got a lot of companies and carrying this industry it's hot topic right now. A lot of guys looking at these machines and what are some tips -- pieces of advice for the fire
A look at SeedStar Mobile
Deere's Mike Brandert talks about the company's SeedStar Mobile data product, which will "enhance the planting experience" by displaying field data and making it readily available for crop management decision-making.us we've got. -- it's. Only have fears. Product that we're -- car seats for a moment. Receipts are mobile isn't half over running on the apple iPad. That essentially taking the plane or data and
'Drive it like you stole it'
Cummings, Kansas, farmer Greg Smith talks about his first time in the field with Deere's new ExactEmerge planter.don't look. What do you mean he goes fast you go. -- industry standards it was five mile an hour of course it's so hot with six home. Her life back to concede everywhere belongs yeah
Tillage tools getting precise
Larry Kuster of AGCO and Sunflower Seed & Tillage talks about the new precision monitor unit under development for the company's tillage tools.pastor ankle operation and Franco is introducing. Sometimes system. That has an electronic package to come along with -- still need product tank infantry stages. Atlanta is gonna tell us what this exciting new intelligence electronic system has offers -- Larry. As well we've got here because this is generation line this is something that we really never seen on the market as far as collecting data . -- -- -- -- For the for the moment we're calling it the sunflower electronic. Tillage package. We've -- network code name
Ted Schmidt with Precision Planting chats with Agriculture.com's Jessie Scott about the company's multi-hybrid planting system. Multi-hybrid planting capabilities are the focus of a lot of new products coming to market in the spring of 2014.student into the field. Good thing to come home endowed with the John Deere this year and we have to me bumpers. You can one million. But to -- -- -- homes like that's -- we're gonna be hybrid -- into one of the leaders hybrid beat him to get the Clinton eager to. What happens whenever he thought leaders -- this direction they're -- traveled the opposite direction definitely helped warm the seat next. So what that entails which is a central they'll planner has two -- accomplished in the center of it we put a hybrid and Angela slide. And be in the right slight change from bombings we can beat this multi hybrid -- if not we can put them right genetics. In the right spot at
Deere's SeedStar Mobile product allows the farmers to control their field data and share it with their crop advisers and others they trust and with whom they already work, says Deere's Mike Brandert.So -- talk about how this goes back to my John Deere dot com and I'll hop producer would share their data protection advisors. So the data that's coming into the iPad -- coming from the planner and sent wirelessly to the iPad. The iPad then it's has this so plan enabled on concern the dividend directly to my John Deere run through that customers don't win. Back customer than the data goes into the customer's account has the ability then to share it with their customer service providers that they so desire. -- it's. They're in control within that whole time they can choose to do and -- with
Agriculture.com's Laurie Bedord chats with Precision Drone founder Aaron Sheller about how drones, or unmanned aerial systems, are changing his work as a farmer.the national farm machinery show with Karen -- precision drowned. Germans are hot topic this week and he has started a company that we're gonna learn more about parents could not sit on -- he got
ExactEmerge farmer impressions
Greg Smith, who farms near Cummings, Kansas, talks with Agriculture.com's Laurie Bedord about his first impressions of the new John Deere planting system.I'm -- majority IQ with Greg Smith who had a chance to check out the exact number explain to the time here has just revealed drink tell. You got