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Future of Farming: Robot Farmers? What do you think of this concept video?

What do you think farming technology will capable of in 50 - 100 years?
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That isn't too bad. So it would be just a display but not a gps eh.

Do you have a link to that display you are talking about?

How much would a 
Paul Smith said:

2000 would be just a display, that could be used for guidance(it tells you where to drive to be efficient) by a means of a light bar and it can be used in any piece of equipment on a farm.  Main uses for these are tillage, spraying and less accurate planting.

Systems that steer for you start around 5K and most applications top out around 14K for most cash crop operations.

I just posted a video on my youtube channel

 

theres a link on my website www.northernequipment.ca

Thanks very much Paul. That Trimble display seems pretty solid.



Paul Smith said:

I just posted a video on my youtube channel

 

theres a link on my website www.northernequipment.ca

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