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    Year after year, traditional agriculture companies have applied the same tools and processes to optimize their crops. Now, many organizations from the small farmer to industrial farming corporations are realizing the potential that IoT technology has to ease their daily workload, reduce crop losses and improve yield. One nursery, a wholesale plant grower in New South Wales, is sowing the seeds of change by using Libelium IoT sensors to enable data-based decision-making in its greenhouse. 

Two robotic arms have replaced bartenders at the Tipsy Robot in Las Vegas, the world’s first land-based bar to have fully autonomous robots behind the bar mixing cocktails. In about 90 seconds, the robot can blend precise quantities of ingredients and dispense customized mixed drinks to customers via an automated conveyor platform. 
The Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors for the data center break records and are packed with enhancements that show the company’s prowess in both its knowledge of the application space and its technological capabilities.
This year is already shaping up as the time when 3D printing gets down to business. 3D printer technology has seeped into healthcare, education and all types of industrial applications. Now it is being put to use in manufacturing with made-to-order parts production. Global manufacturing company Jabil is using 3D printing to design and manufacture personalized products ranging from household appliances to medical devices to consumer wearables. 
Adeunis RF has devised a simple, modular solution to connecting any sensor to any wireless network and in doing so it has solved many industrial IT-OT integration and connectivity problems. 
Digital security cameras are a vital piece of technology used not only to deter crime, but to help police catch criminals and have useable video evidence. However, because of poor lighting or lack of intelligence in the security system, the perpetrator is rarely identified. That may change as the next generation of network surveillance technology comes to market. 
From taking photos and delivering packages to improving agriculture practices or inspecting infrastructure, the possible applications for commercial drones is vast. As the skies get more crowded, NASA is stepping in to help build a system to manage drone air traffic. 

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