Tuesday, 23 July 2019 10:35

Robotic Bobcat works tight spots

A remote control Bobcat enables the popular machine to be worked in the usual tight spots -- with nobody in the operator seat.

Published in Machinery & Products
Thursday, 20 June 2019 13:55

Fingerprinting our food

A machine used by surgeons in delicate operations could eventually provide ways of guaranteeing New Zealand farm exports’ provenance.

Published in General News
Friday, 17 May 2019 10:15

Seeing is believing

A whiteboard messaging system developed by a young newcomer to dairy farming has blossomed into a standalone business.

Published in Machinery & Products
Tuesday, 26 March 2019 12:01

Collaboration increases capability

Initially designed to assist fertiliser spreading trucks operating on steep New Zealand hill country, TracMap’s GPS guidance and job management system has evolved significantly since its inception in 2005.

Published in Machinery
Friday, 15 March 2019 12:02

Is big data all smoke and mirrors?

With a booming global population and more food required from farmland, the solution, apparently, lies in more data.

Published in Machinery & Products
Wednesday, 06 March 2019 10:01

Virtual research winery underway

The New Zealand Winegrowers Research Centre (NZWRC) is breaking ground in terms of technology, as phase one of the research winery begins.

Published in General News
Tuesday, 11 December 2018 12:33

Technologies for our industry

At this years’ Bragato, we heard how technology will shape the future of our industry.

Published in General News
Monday, 19 November 2018 11:57

Wine without grapes

The oldest archaeological evidence of wine made from grapes goes back to 6000 BC. But will that be the case in the future? 

Published in General News
Monday, 19 November 2018 11:54

The vineyards of the future

One thing is certain according to Dr Dave Jordan [Vine to Wine] — the vineyards of the future will not replicate the vineyards of today.

Published in General News
Thursday, 15 November 2018 09:49

Can’t buy it? 3-D print it

British company BuyAnyPart has launched a service manufacturing rare or obsolete parts using 3-D printing technology. 

Published in Machinery & Products
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