The future of farm technology is one of the topics at this year’s CropConnect.

David Yee, from the Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute, says the big innovations come from major manufacturers, as they attempt to add value to their products.

Yee talks about how the industry is dealing with new technology:

“We are seeing an influx of more and more sensors and telemetry.  These are the digital technologies that are actually underwriting, and leveraging, and making available to the industry, more and more data."

David Yee presents ‘Star Wars and Star Trek:  How Precision Ag May Land in the Farm of the Future,’ tomorrow, at 3:20, as part the conference taking place in Winnipeg, tomorrow and Thursday.