There's no doubt that the future of farming is digital. But there's two big obstacles standing in the way: connectivity, and cost. Agriculture companies want to bring digital technology to their farms...but they haven't found an affordable way to reach their remote locations.
Thankfully, that's changing. And Salentein, an Argentine agricultural conglomerate, is at the front of the line. Check out this case study and learn how farmers of tomorrow increase their productivity with digital technology without investing hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Hiber is a Dutch-based company with headquarters in Amsterdam and research facility in Delft. It also operates out of Maryland. In late October 2018 it successfully launched its first two nano satellites from California and India. It was also voted the Amazon Web Services Commercial Start-Up Launch of the Year, 2018. (Previous winners include Pinterest and AirBnB.) Current applications include monitoring crops in Africa, groundwater in Australia, fishing vessels across the Pacific, carbon-free vehicles in Antarctica, rail cars in America, cattle in South America, beehives in Europe, and even Dutch flowers.
Find out more at www.hiber.global