By Jason Young
Like all business sectors, agriculture is being disrupted and improved with new technologies. In this era of GPS, Internet of Things, big data and precision farming—where everything gets measured, recorded, reported and tracked—farmers are becoming more efficient, doing more with fewer inputs in less time than ever before.
One Canadian tech company, located within the country’s Grain Belt, has set its sights on disrupting agriculture, starting with grain cart weighing and data management. But that’s just the beginning for Agrimatics and parent company Bitstrata Solutions, based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Read more