FieldIn Enables Autonomous Farming

FieldIn Enables Autonomous Farming

Tim Hammerich
Tim Hammerich
News Reporter
It’s time for your Farm of the Future Report. I’m Tim Hammerich.

Bringing autonomous tractors and machinery onto the farm requires more than just buying the machines themselves. This way of farming requires a different paradigm and different management approaches. FieldIn is one company who has been laying the groundwork for what they call smart farming for several years, says co-founder and COO Iftach Birger.

Birger… “We provide the technology tools to growers to become more efficient and more accurate in real time. We install a sensor on every machine and implement in the farm, creating the visibility that the growers for every activity that they've done in the farm from spraying to shakers.”

After years of helping farmers benchmark their processes and find ways to operate their equipment more efficiently, FieldIn recently acquired Midnight Robotics, a leading company in autonomous farm equipment.

Birger… “We are taking our clients to a journey from a farm to a smart farm to an autonomous farm, by retrofitting tractors amid one of the biggest challenges that the growers have had in recent years and probably for the next years, amid the labor shortage.”

Birger said FieldIn has a head start in helping specialty crop growers make the leap towards autonomy.

Birger… “We are the only solution that already built the foundation. We already have almost 50 million hours of working in field.”

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