Technology pilots for the Livestock, Horticulture and Fisheries industries
The Climate Smart Pilots project is trialling digital technologies that improve the information generated on natural resources and climatic variability.
Integrating Agtech in NSW Farms
Farm connectivity, training and grants program designed to help producers adopt Agtech to assist them to boost productivity, increase their market competitiveness and improve sustainable use of resources in the agricultural sector, which includes water efficiency, drought preparedness and increasing resilience to climate change.
Clyde River Agtech overview showcasing how temperature and salinity sensors can be used to make informed management decisions and bring peace of mind to oyster producers.
Agtech overview showcasing how trough sensors and weather stations can be utilised in livestock production systems across the central west to monitor livestock health and make improved management decisions.
Agtech overview showcasing how soil moisture and weather data can be used in apple orchards in Orange to improve water use efficiency.