Agricultural technologies

Agricultural technologies, often abbreviated to agri-tech, describes the use of technology to make farming processes more efficient. The advent of the Information Age has seen farms increasingly use technologies built on data collection and sensors, statistics and machine learning, computer vision and robotics, and more.

Over the last few years, I've been working on technical projects with a group we informally call Agrihackers. We are a diverse group of hackers, but also farmers and beekeepers, makers and builders, artists and crafters, researchers, and scientists and engineers. We are working together to create and build open technologies for agriculture. In our projects, we explore our interests not only in farming, but also in veterinary science and medicine, animal cognition, computer vision and machine learning, and highly distributed systems.

More specifically, here's a list of those projects related to agricultural technology: