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  • Improved Energy Harvesting Technologies boost efficiency in buildings, finds Frost & Sullivan

    Heating, cooling and lighting are the main energy expenditures in buildings today. A building automation system (BAS), which is powered by batteries, can assist in reducing and optimizing these energy expenses, while maintaining a comfortable environment for occupants.  The key in making a BAS function in terms of relaying data related to temperature, occupancy, wind flow, light intensity, ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • Improved Energy Harvesting Technologies Boost Efficiency in Buildings, Finds Frost & Sullivan

    Heating, cooling and lighting are the main energy expenditures in buildings today. A building automation system (BAS), which is powered by batteries, can assist in reducing and optimizing these energy expenses, while maintaining a comfortable environment for occupants. The key in making a BAS function in terms of relaying data related to temperature, occupancy, wind flow, light intensity, and so ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • RainWise, Inc., Spotlights Importance of Agricultural Weather Data

    RainWise, Inc., www.rainwise.com, believes monitoring weather data can assist farmers in making smarter decisions on the farm, especially with planting, harvesting, insect and disease control, irrigation, fertilization rates and crop selection. ...


    By RainWise Inc.

  • A flood of research data offers opportunities for new insights

    New DNA sequences, the results of thousands of trials in fields and glasshouses worldwide, three-dimensional images of plants – the flood of data produced by research and development is currently growing faster than the methods available for analyzing it. How can these data be captured, structured, made accessible and then examined in a way that will facilitate new findings? This question ...


    By Bayer CropScience AG

  • Big Data Climate Challenge winners show how big data can drive climate action

    The winners of the Big Data Climate Challenge have been announced as part of the buildup to the UN Secretary-General’s Climate Summit on 23 September at UN Headquarters in New York. The winners include a monitoring system that provides real-time information on forests, and a tool for farmers in Colombia that promotes climate-smart agriculture. The winners will be invited to attend the ...


    By United Nations

  • Dow AgroSciences, John Deere Collaborate to Help Farmers Link Data with Expertise for Advanced Product Precision

    Helping farmers get more value per acre through the expert analysis of production data is the goal of a collaboration announced between Dow AgroSciences LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE: DOW) and John Deere. The companies announced today that they will work together to develop approaches and technology that will deliver data and provide information to farmers that ...


    By John Deere

  • John Deere Operations Center Adds Mobile Apps and Mapping Functions

    In an effort to enhance the functionality, ease-of-use and overall value of John Deere Operations Center to producers, John Deere announces a new software release for its cloud-based platform. These user-focused changes include more tools and features that enable producers to easily collect and access more farm information and collaborate with partners to gain insights, increase profits ...


    By John Deere

  • Corn out earns energy crops—for now

    Corn stover is the most profitable cellulosic biofuel feedstock on cropland in the Great Lakes Region at current prices. For perennial biomass crops to earn farmers more than corn, prices or yields would have to change. At biomass prices of US$110–US$130 per metric ton or yield gains of 50–60%, poplar, switchgrass, and mixed grasses would become attractive. If prices of expensive U.S. miscanthus ...

  • GE and Pitney Bowes Join Forces to Bring the Power of the Industrial Internet to the World of Commerce

    Pitney Bowes to leverage GE Predix software platform to deliver custom-built innovative applications to its clients to drive greater productivity, operational savings and improved service levels Big data to be harvested from complex mission critical machines to transform asset performance management information into predictive, actionable insight GE ...


    By General Electric

  • SCAN technology used to address biomass collection and impacts

    SCAN technology is helping to address new questions relative to large scale biomass collection efforts and the impact on soil and water resources. On July 16th, 2004, the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Department of Agriculture Announce the FY2004 Joint Solicitation Awards for $25 million in research funding to 22 biomass projects. Over 400 pre-applications were received in response to ...

  • John Deere Ultimate Uptime Optimizes Customer Operations & Profitability

    The new Ultimate Uptime customer support solution from John Deere is designed to improve customers' profitability by maximizing productivity and uptime while lowering operating costs. Introduced at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2014, Ultimate Uptime – featuring John Deere WorkSight™ – is fully customizable to every customer and is delivered by John Deere dealers. "When we ask ...


    By John Deere

  • John Deere Introduces ForestSight to Help Manage Equipment and Operations

    Loggers need solutions, not just data, and John Deere ForestSight™ is the answer. Now available exclusively from John Deere, this integrated suite of technology solutions brings the machine, technology, and the ...


    By John Deere

  • Supporting food security from space

    Standing rice crops in some parts of the world are routinely devastated by storms and extreme weather events, threatening the food security and livelihood of half of humanity. “sarmap and IRRI have developed tools that bring more transparency and accurate information to those who manage rice production, which is certainly important in general, and absolutely crucial for meaningful and ...

  • RainWise a Chosen Vendor For The Sustainable Intensification Agriculture Event In Brazil

    RainWise is honored to be one of only a few selected vendors invited to the Sustainable Intensification event in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil on October 25-26th which is hosted by ...


    By RainWise Inc.

  • Yield projections for Switchgrass as a Biofuel Crop

    While scientists have conducted numerous studies on production of biomass from biofuel crops, such as switchgrass, no one has yet compiled this information to evaluate the response of biomass yield to soils, climate, and crop management across the United States. A team of researchers from Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Dartmouth College published just such a study in the July-August 2010 ...

  • JDLink Telematics Added as an Option for John Deere Large-Frame Skid Steer Loaders and Compact Track Loaders

    Every day, construction professionals use insights from John Deere WorkSight™ technology solutions to help them optimize machines, uptime, job sites and, ultimately, their bottom line. At its heart is JDLink™, John Deere's telematics system. For the first time, JDLink is available as a factory-installed option on all new large-frame G-Series Skid Steers (330G, 332G) and ...


    By John Deere

  • Frost & Sullivan Announces Award Categories for 2013 Malaysia Excellence Awards

    Frost & Sullivan is pleased to announce the award categories for the 2013 Frost & Sullivan Malaysia Excellence Awards, which will be presented at a dinner gala held on Thursday, May 9, 2013 from 7.30pm at the Hilton Hotel Kuala Lumpur. "The Malaysia Excellence Awards play an important role in providing deserved recognition to those who are driving innovation and achieving ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • Despite weather extremes EU-27 cereal production in 2013 expected to be higher than last year

    This year total cereal production in the EU-271 is forecast to be well above 2012 levels and above the average of the past five years. This agricultural year has so far been marked by an unusually prolonged winter for western and central Europe and heavy rainfall in May and June. However, the impact of poor weather on crops in some areas of the EU has been offset in other areas; for example, the ...


    By European Commission

  • Race is on to feed warming world

    It can take up to 30 years to improve a crop variety, test it and persuade farmers to adopt it. That means the speed of climate change in Africa could make a new variety of maize useless even before the first harvest, according to new research. But two separate studies that address the challenge of food security in a rapidly ...


    By Climate News Network

  • New Report Offers Menu of Solutions to Close the Global Food Gap

    New research presents solutions to meet the world's growing food needs, while advancing economic development and environmental sustainability. The analysis finds that the world will need 70 percent more food, as measured by calories, in order to feed a global population of 9.6 billion people in 2050. It is possible to close the food gap, while creating a more productive and healthy environment ...

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