Bananas are one of our most popular supermarket products and most are locally grown. One of the country’s most innovative banana producers is Bartle Frere Bananas in Queensland and the business’s operations were recently showcased at the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow. Through technology innovation, Hitachi has enabled the banana business to produce food in an environmentally-friendly food way. Bartle Frere Bananas demonstrates how artificial intelligence, machine learning and sensor technology can help farmers make data-driven decisions to support more sustainable agriculture. These practices include optimising farm management to ensure good quality and production while aiming to protect the land and keep consumption of water and energy low.
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