India’s first Agri-Equipment Manufacturing Robots deployed at PAAMA Agrico

PAAMA Agrico, India’s fastest growing and innovative, Agricultural Equipment Research & Development organization engages Robotic Engineering to manufacture world-class soil titling blades used in rotovators and cultivators.

The strategic employment of robotics to take over cumbersome and hazardous, manual welding jobs has been appreciated universally. “Engaging a Robot to weld blades will enable the precision function – ensuring uniformity in production while facilitating repeatability function each time; this will in turn increase production rate, decrease cost of product, solve the labour shortage problem and increase work efficiencies by several folds.” says Mr. Vikas Marwah, Technical Director – ‎NexGen Robotic Automation Pvt. Ltd., the team that programmed and installed the Robots at PAAMA Agrico.

Discover the Global farm mechanization industry, increasing demand, forecast up to 2025

Global Farm Mechanization Industry Research Report incorporates organizations occupied with value, cost, income, import/export and contact data. The report gives a thorough market report involving industry chain structure, advertise drivers, future guide, industry news examination.

The report provides a basic overview of the Farm Mechanization Market industry including definitions, classifications, applications and industry chain structure. And development policies and plans are discussed as well as manufacturing processes and cost structures.

Big data in agriculture focus of Houston conference Aug. 20-21

HOUSTON – High-tech devices in agriculture such as unmanned aerial vehicles and sensors are leading to immense growth in data collection and deployment, and a Houston conference Aug. 20-21 will feature scholars and industry experts discussing future applications in all aspects of production agriculture.

India offers Uganda credit to boost energy, agriculture

India has offered Uganda a total $205 million worth of credit to help the East African country expand its electricity distribution infrastructure and invest in its agriculture sector, which employs majority of its workforce.

A statement issued in Kampala where India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi started a two-day visit on Tuesday, said Modi and his host President Yoweri Museveni also discussed reform of the U.N. security council.