Goondiwindi is fast becoming the agtech capital of Australia, with businesses like InFarm using artificial intelligence to provide innovative solutions for farmers.
InFarm work directly with the agricultural sector to identify unique challenges and use satellite, drone or ground-based imagery to support the development of innovative solutions.
This includes weed detection for spot spraying, identification and location of feral animals and detection and prediction of aquatic algal blooms.
InFarm founder Jerome Leray chose Goondiwindi as the place to base his agtech company in 2017 due to the region’s rick history of agricultural innovation.
InFarm are just one of so many innovative Queensland agtech businesses making it great in Queensland!
Last updated: 02 Oct 2020