Agtonomy, a leading agriculture technology company, has launched its latest innovation, the TeleFarmer™ Solution. This cutting-edge solution offers farmers a way to remotely execute labor-intensive tasks such as weeding, spraying, mowing, and transporting crops. The product will help farmers combat labor shortages and rising costs and give them more control over the economics of their operations.
The global market for specialty crops is projected to reach $1.8 trillion by 2026, with the United States being the top producer of these crops. TeleFarmer™ provides farmers with the tools they need to handle their operations more efficiently and effectively. The solution comprises three components: TeleFarmer™ Software, TeleFarmer™ Service, and TeleFarmer™ Reference Tractor. The software allows farmers to plan and perform tasks, track progress, and review reports to maximize efficiency.
“As a farmer at heart, I established Agtonomy intending to utilize technology to empower farmers and enhance their control over their business operations,” stated Tim Bucher, CEO and co-founder of Agtonomy. “TeleFarmer™, our newest solution, is an ensemble of products designed to provide farmers with a remotely controlled fleet that can handle a vast majority of physically demanding farm tasks, thereby reducing reliance on labor availability.”
TeleFarmer™ is a game-changer for the agriculture industry. With its advanced features, farmers can now manage their operations from anywhere in the world, freeing up time and resources previously dedicated to manual labor. The solution will be displayed at the World Ag Expo in Tulare, California, from February 14th to 16th. In addition, the Agtonomy executive leadership team will be available for interviews and live product demonstrations during the show.
According to Bucher, TeleFarmer™ enables farmers to create virtual copies of themselves to manage and execute tasks in various locations, even remotely troubleshooting them. By utilizing the app, farmers can monitor their duties, monitor progress, assess the condition of equipment in the field, and analyze reports to make necessary adjustments for optimal efficiency in future tasks.
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