When John Deere first began supplying agricultural tools in 1804, it was pitchforks and shovels; today, it’s connectivity and data. On this episode of Well, technically… John Deere’s Director of Intelligent Solutions Group Nancy Post digs into how the company is helping farmers improve efficiency and output with advanced technologies like AI, machine learning and hopefully one day, 5G.
Well, technically… farming is focused on being smarter and more automated: John Deere’s Nancy Post (Ep. 20)
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Catherine is the Managing Editor for RCR Wireless News, Enterprise IoT Insights, and In-Building Technology. Before joining Arden Media, she served as an Associate Editor in Advantage Business Marketing's Manufacturing and Research & Development Groups. She studied English and Film & Media Studies at The University of Rochester. She currently lives in Madison, WI. Having already lived on both coasts, she thought she’d give the middle a try. So far, she likes it very much.