Farmers are one of the world’s most innovative classes but are more times than not limited by poor access to data, applications and infrastructure. While the drive toward innovation and improved efficiency has been present for decades, the global COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the need for farmers to grow more food with fewer resources. Additionally many farms experienced a drop in sales to restaurants and farmers’ markets in 2020 and struggled to remain open. In order to help rural farmers remain lucrative and be available for future generations, new technology needs to be created, trialed and deployed successfully.
Download the case study here to learn how The Food Resiliency Project utilized a dynamic testing platform with dedicated access to CBRS LTE private network that resulted in the first application development field lab for the agricultural industry.