Ag equipment executives support the push for better connectivity so farmers can advance their technology.
Looking at the next 20 years, David Gilmore with John Deere says there is significant potential for advancement in the ag equipment sector.
“We will be looking at artificial intelligence, machine learning, improved sensors, robotics. We have some of that now, but in 20 years our farmers are going to be better equipped to leverage not just human to machine communication, but machine to machine communication.”
But Todd Stucke with Kubota agrees there are some fundamental infrastructure problems to solve first.