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300 – A connected farming future; Hamish Munro, Pairtree Intelligence (Talking AgTech special episode)

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300 – A connected farming future; Hamish Munro, Pairtree Intelligence (Talking AgTech special episode)

In celebration of reaching the episode 300 milestone, this episode of Talking HealthTech is actually the first episode of a sister podcast within our network called Talking AgTech - showcasing…
October 17, 2022

300 – A connected farming future; Hamish Munro, Pairtree Intelligence (Talking AgTech special episode)

In celebration of reaching the episode 300 milestone, this episode of Talking HealthTech is actually the first episode of a sister podcast within our network called Talking AgTech – showcasing the use of technology in agriculture.  

 

Subscribe to the Talking AgTech podcast via your favourite podcast player. 

 

Is a future of connected farming possible?

 

Hamish Munro is a fifth-generation farmer from the Central West of NSW.

Pairtree Intelligence is centralising disparate data sets into a single log-in space, enabling data stacking’ for higher level analytics and greater decision support at the fingertips of farmers.

 

In this episode, Pete and Hamish discuss Pairtree and the problem they are solving – the need for data convergence, not just data centralisation, issues of carbon and stewardship and what the connected farm of the future might look like here in Australia, plus lots more.

 

This episode looks at the use of data to improve the future of farming and decision-making. You will also hear a discussion about the carbon stewardship, bridging the research/science-market gap and more. 

 

Check out the episode and full show notes here.

To see the latest information, news, events and jobs on offer at Pairtree Intelligence Pty Ltd, visit their Talking HealthTech Directory here

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