201115 Internet of Things in the Ocean
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How the Internet of Things has reached the ocean

Source: worldfishing.net Catalina Sea Ranch is the developer of the first offshore aquaculture facility in federally regulated waters of the United States. It holds a pioneering permit for developing 100 acres of ocean space approximately six miles offshore from Huntington Beach, California. This innovative company is developing an Ocean Internet …

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Get ready for the future of agricultural pest control

Source: ipwatchdog.com The name “pest,” which at times means “nuisance” or “annoying,” doesn’t do the best job at portraying the devastating nature of the insects who attack crops and agriculture around the world. Some estimates provided by academia show us that insects can destroy up to 10% of crops in …

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Clemson opens high-tech lab to digitize agriculture

Clemson University’s Edisto Research and Education Center has added a laboratory to develop sensor technologies that will monitor the health of South Carolina farms. The high-tech sensor lab enables Clemson researchers to rapidly develop precision-agriculture technologies that once would take weeks or even months to build, test and refine. Products …

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Global futurist speaks on agriculture of tomorrow

“Future Trends in Agriculture” are topics that intrigue global futurist Jack Uldrich. Uldrich, who recently wrote the article Feeding the World Without GMOs, says, “Regardless of how the GMO debate plays out, I am confident that innovative farmers and agri-businesses will rise to the challenge of feeding the world’s population.” …

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How technology could change the future of farming

Source: grist.com Farmers are looking for information to help them grow more with fewer resources and less environmental impact. The “Internet of Things” — in the form of cheap sensors to measure water and soil composition — could help them do that. You’d have to work hard to make a …

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