To support growth and help ensure Raven and our customers remain compliant with the EU data protection law (General Data Protection Regulation, or “GDPR”), we’ve made a number of updates and improvements to our privacy practices and policies.
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Raven will be utilizing its precision agriculture technologies to power the autonomous farming solutions of the future. Already a proven leader in many precision ag markets, Raven develops solutions that will be a pivotal tool in the development of autonomous platforms. Raven’s first partnership will be with Dot Technology Corp. (DOT), a sister company to SeedMaster.
Raven and Farmers Edge announced they are working together to develop new precision agriculture technologies that will rapidly increase expansion of Farmers Edge digital agronomy and risk management solutions in key markets. The collaboration leverages the use of streaming data transfer between CanPlugs and Raven Slingshot® and field computers.
Raven announced today its expansion into Brazil with the opening of a regional headquarters in Paulínia, São Paulo. Raven do Brasil, aligned under the company’s Applied Technology division, will benefit greatly from the company's already proven value chain and be well positioned to provide excellence in the areas of service, quality and innovation.
Raven announced that it is awarding South Dakota State University with a historic gift of $5 million for the establishment of its Precision Agriculture Facility within the College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences on its main campus in Brookings, SD.
Raven announced it has received a United States patent for its Hawkeye® Nozzle Control System: U.S. Patent No. 9,781,916. The patent was granted to Raven for the Hawkeye system’s new, innovative methods of applying chemicals to the field, including smart nozzles located on the boom of the sprayer and the communication between those nozzles and the Hawkeye electronic control unit.