In this video, Scott Shearer, the chairman of the ag engineering school at Ohio State, talks about the drastic difference he's seeing in the life of the iron versus the life of the software and some of the precision technology being put on equipment. He also explains what he sees is the gateway to the future of precision. As we see progressively larger implements in the field, the negative impact of compaction is causing a real issue as far as the health of the soil is concerned. In the future, he expects we'll start to see smaller, more numerous autonomous implements working together as a team.
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