With integration of automation and robotics rapidly reshaping the commercial business landscape, agriculture is an industry ripe for these advanced technologies to take hold.
But how will stakeholders separate fact from fiction when it comes to transitioning today’s manual tasks to automated outcomes? Michael Langemeier and Michael Boehlje with Purdue University’s Center for Commercial Agriculture, have a vision for how the next wave of technology could influence dealerships of the future.
The two have written on the recent adoption trends in robotics and automation, forecasting the most logical entry points for adoption along with the most challenging activities to automate.
In today’s Precision Farming Dealer podcast, we share excerpts from our recent conversation with Langemeier and Boehlje on what role dealers will play in bringing next generation technologies to their customers, along with the types of skill sets needed to adapt to the changing farm technology landscape.
And tune into the new monthly podcast segment, brought to you by Trimble Agriculture featuring precision perspective on a range of trending ag tech topics.