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Bosch is developing solutions for connected agriculture

According to a recent study published by the McKinsey Global Institute, the agricultural sector is currently one of the least digitized industries. Many farmers have yet to be convinced of the benefits of digital technology. This may be because available technology is often not adequately user friendly, and services usually cover only a fraction of a farmer’s needs. However, Bosch sees a great deal of potential for innovative solutions in agriculture, for instance in the areas of sustainable food production, packaging, and distribution – from the fields to the consumer’s plate.

 

 

In cooperation with “The Yield“, and Australian start-up, the company is showing how connected solutions can improve oyster farming in aquaculture. Sensors monitor the parameters that are critical for the oyster harvest, such as water temperature and salt content. Software records and analyzes data and then sends the results directly to the farmer’s smart phone. Based on this analysis, the farmer can determine the best possible moment for the harvest. Since oysters are filters that absorb water contaminants, they cannot be harvested if contaminant levels are too high, and this means that oyster farmers risk generating losses. With their joint project, “The Yield“ and Bosch have made it possible to increase the number of harvestable days by as much as 30 percent. In addition to hardware and software, Bosch has also provided the computing center required to collect and record data. As shareholder, the company has thus far invested more than two million euros in “The Yield”.

Bosch offers connected solutions in other areas of agriculture as well. For instance, connected wireless sensors help improve the yield of asparagus harvests. Moreover, with intelligent containers, Bosch is contributing to making the transport of goods more agile and efficient in the future. These containers can monitor the two-week sea voyage of bananas, for example.

Connected agriculture is one of the main topics at the Bosch Connected World conference, which is taking place until March 16. More information on the conference program can be found here.

More information on the cooperation between Bosch and “The Yield” can be found on the Bosch ConnectedWorld Blog.

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