Founder Dave Farb connected with veteran NBC farm reporter Stu Ellis at the recent Farm Progress Show in Boone, Iowa. During the conversation, Dave shared his insight and personal thoughts about the future of farming and what critical part technology will play in the not so distant future. Farb Guidance Systems is set to release another new product into the field that will directly reflect this vision. Continue to watch our website for the most updated information. For questions or more details, contact any member of the Farb team at (800) FARB-375 or send an email to Info@farbgs.com.
Thank you to John O’Connell at Capital Press for this recent article about how Farb Guidance Systems continues to move forward as the world’s finest developer of driverless technology for the agriculture industry. You can read the full story by clicking on the link below. http://www.capitalpress.com/Idaho/20160314/post-falls-farmer-to-sell-automated-tractors
Post Falls man unveils farm drone technology Maker asserts self-guided equipment will feed future Story by Mike McLean Originally published here on November 19th, 2015 Dave Farb, CEO and founder of Farb Guidance Systems Inc., of Post Falls, says he believes his company’s technology that guides unmanned farming equipment will help feed the world. Farb contends the land-drone technology will free farmers from the confines of their tractors, enabling them to be more productive. The guidance system operates the equipment, while the farmer can monitor and control it remotely from an office-based computer, a laptop, a smartphone, or other portable Web-enabled device, he says. “It gives time back to the farmer,” Farb says. “Farmers don’t need to be on the tractor.” The technology also makes operating equipment safer and more cost effective, while reducing environmental impacts, he claims. Farb unveiled the guidance system last month at the Idaho Technology Council’s…
On October 22, the Idaho Technology Council (ITC) hosted its first Capital Connect Conference that focused on our state’s past, present and future business environment. From the beginning of the conference to the final remarks, the ITC and its entire staff were focused one-hundred percent on companies like ours, Farb Guidance Systems, who are continuing to realize that Idaho, is business friendly, growth focused and committed to its quest to be the nation’s number location for advancement in technology, agriculture, agriscience and innovation. According to the ITC’s website, the formal mission of the Idaho Technology Council is to “help technology companies in Idaho start, grow, and thrive”. Throughout the entire Capital Connect Conference, the ITC not only nailed their mission, they spread goodwill far and wide. More states should take note. If you truly want a sustainable state, with a healthy business environment, you need consensus from the top down….