By collecting more data at higher speeds, farmers and growers can better understand the complex physical environments they work in, leading to faster and better-informed decision-making – such as responding quickly to shock weather conditions.
Yields increase through greater levels of precision and smarter use of fertilisers. And in a sector with rising input costs, reducing waste and ensuring sustainability in operations is a priority.
By automating time-consuming, labour-intensive, and repetitive tasks, scarce resources can be used as effectively as possible, making the sector more resilient to labour shortages.
Reliable connectivity from public networks enables a better quality of life for people in agriculture. As well as improving health and safety, connectivity helps combat loneliness and underpins a more sustainable future for the sector which feeds the nation.