publication . Conference object . Other literature type . 2017

Smart & connected agrifood: beyond precision agriculture

Tod, D; Williams, R; Johnstone, P;
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  • Published: 16 Oct 2017
Abstract
The digital revolution refers to changes sweeping the consumer goods and services sector made possible by advances in cheap, fast and reliable data acquisition and processing, sophisticated analytics, cloud computing services, wireless technologies, the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence. These offer the opportunity for a wide range of businesses to improve their operational effectiveness, and they have enabled the creation of a number of disruptive business models, e.g. Uber and Airbnb. We asked: How might New Zealand’s horticultural value chains be transformed or disrupted by the digital revolution? We then considered the technology platforms that ...
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publication . Conference object . Other literature type . 2017

Smart & connected agrifood: beyond precision agriculture

Tod, D; Williams, R; Johnstone, P;