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  • News - 28 Feb 2011
    Variohm EuroSensor has introduced a combined pressure and temperature sensor to its range of EPT pressure transducers. The EPTT5100 features IP66 sealing and a touch stainless steel encasing of 316...
  • Article - 3 Sep 2021
    Arsenic (As) is a highly toxic heavy metal that poses a significant threat to the environment and human life. Recently, a group of researchers from the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and...
  • News - 24 Feb 2011
    Scientists in Denmark have developed wireless sensors to detect heat and decay in silage. Tiny cost-effective red balls that have built in temperature sensors can tell if a silage heap is airtight or...
  • News - 4 Feb 2011
    Ag Leader Technology, a developer of precision farming products, has launched the North American Wheat algorithm for OptRx. The crop sensor can track and collect data on nitrogen application....
  • Article - 22 May 2020
    MEMS sensors offer a promising future for the agricultural industry, playing an important role in transitioning to precision agriculture.
  • News - 30 Dec 2010
    Global Cooling, Media, Pa.-oriented firm, has launched innovative ethylene sensing systems. These sensors are operative with Catalytic Generators and cylinder gas, and helps regulating the ripening as...
  • Article - 6 Sep 2019
    The use of wireless sensors within the food and agriculture industries is still new, and the full breadth of potential applications are still being explored.
  • News - 23 Nov 2010
    Oklahoma State University Ag Engineer Randy Taylor and Auburn University Precision Ag Extension Specialist John Fulton have jointly offered details and insight in a new publication for cotton growers...
  • News - 20 Nov 2010
    WiFi or internet hot spots are now being deployed in American farms, according to U.S. scientists. Texas A&M University scientists mention that wire-free technology is rapidly being utilized in...
  • Article - 16 Sep 2018
    Close to 10 billion people will inhabit the world by 2050 according to Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations.

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