Artificial intelligence is part of ag’s future

Artificial intelligence is part of ag’s future

A product supervisor for an ag equipment manufacturer says the future of production agriculture features more autonomous technology.

Jeff Gray with CLAAS says finding ways to better use all the sensory power available on ag equipment is a growing industry trend. Take a new combine, for example…

“It’s learning from field conditions, the volume coming into the combine including grain moisture and plant material and learning from all of the sensors to adjust on the fly.”

He says that allows an equipment operator to focus on other aspects of business and when it comes to an equipment manufacturer like CLAAS…

“We’re trying to satisfy all parts of the market, those who want larger machines or smaller machines.