In the first edition of Raven’s In the Cab newsletter, the company explored how farmers can take advantage of the benefits of automation today, even if driverless technology isn’t in their long-term plans.
The company says investing in automation technology can help farmers achieve success by:
- Increasing operation speeds without risking crop damage, allowing applicators to cover more ground in a day.
2. Homing in the precision of spraying applications, reducing waste and input costs.
3. Effectively increasing yield potential with precise spreading applications.
4. Reducing operator stress by taking care of menial tasks and adjustments, allowing users to focus.