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Five technologies expected to change farming

Australian agriculture will be “transformed” by technologies such as on-farm wireless networks and voice-recognition robots, according to research by Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane.

The QUT study lists five innovations that it claims will make Australian farms more profitable, globally competitive and sustainable.

They are digital twin software, wireless networks that link sensors and farm equipment, voice-activated robotics, solar retransmission and personal analytics technologies such as “smart” contact lenses.

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