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Setting the Context: Disruptive Technology in Agriculture and Watershed Management

"Disruptive Tech innovations shorten the time between data collection, analyses and decision-making"

As our clients face increasing pressure to improve sustainable land management through integrated watershed approaches, and increase agriculture productivity, they need innovative solutions based on disruptive technologies. For agriculture and watershed management, rapid ... view more

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Part 1: N. Harshadeep, Global Lead (Disruptive Technology), ENR GP kicks off the Maximizing Technology for Development: Disruptive Technology Innovations in Agriculture and Watershed Management sessions. 

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Part 2: Science has been screaming at us. Assessments have shown that the decline in biological diversity is extremely alarming and can impact the economic and social systems.

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Part 3: Grant Milne, Sr. NRM Specialist, AGR GP highlights the Then and Now of tools such as Imagery for Watershed Planning and Mapping in addition to improvements in Computing Power, Models and Tools, Data and Information Sharing. 

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Part 4: The big challenge now is to go from data to information to knowledge to actually supporting decisions. What's out? What's in? What exactly is Disruptive Tech? 

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Part 5: What could Disruptive Tech (DT) mean to us? DT sometimes means doing things better, faster and cheaper. For example, pesticide spraying without exposing people, utilizing satellites or drone technology to improve precision farming, monitoring soil moisture through sensors or managing land records with Blockchain. However, DT is also doing different things... Urban Agriculture, Underground Agricuture, Robots on Farms, etc. are few to name.