Revolutionising agricultural spray application

Revolutionising agricultural spray application

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Innovation Challenge Description
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Innovation Challenge Description

Pesticides are used in farming to protect from weeds, diseases and pests and play an important role in adding to the productivity of the field. However, movement of pesticides beyond the target is undesirable as it represents wastage of product and exposure to sensitive, non-target areas.

Spray application is complex and there is currently no way of receiving immediate feedback to indicate if spray set up and operation is correct.

The challenge is to uncover a technology solution that will ensure the best practice and decision making to reduce the impacts of spray drift in order to improve agricultural productivity, profitability and sustainability.

Anticipated Funding: AUD 1,000,000
Deadline: September 9, 2020

To apply you must have an Australian business number and have turnover less than $20 million for each of the last three years including any related bodies corporate.
To apply you must be an entity, incorporated in Australia or an incorporated trustee on behalf of a trust.

The challenge will be conducted in following stages:
Stage 1: Challenge Selection
Stage 2: Feasibility Study
Stage 3: Proof of Concept

For further information, click on the link given below:
https://www.business.gov.au/BRII#fact-sheets

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Innovation Challenge Description

Pesticides are used in farming to protect from weeds, diseases and pests and play an important role in adding to the productivity of the field. However, movement of pesticides beyond the target is undesirable as it represents wastage of product and exposure to sensitive, non-target areas.

Spray application is complex and there is currently no way of receiving immediate feedback to indicate if spray set up and operation is correct.

The challenge is to uncover a technology solution that will ensure the best practice and decision making to reduce the impacts of spray drift in order to improve agricultural productivity, profitability and sustainability.

Anticipated Funding: AUD 1,000,000
Deadline: September 9, 2020

To apply you must have an Australian business number and have turnover less than $20 million for each of the last three years including any related bodies corporate.
To apply you must be an entity, incorporated in Australia or an incorporated trustee on behalf of a trust.

The challenge will be conducted in following stages:
Stage 1: Challenge Selection
Stage 2: Feasibility Study
Stage 3: Proof of Concept

For further information, click on the link given below:
https://www.business.gov.au/BRII#fact-sheets

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Innovation Challenge Description

Pesticides are used in farming to protect from weeds, diseases and pests and play an important role in adding to the productivity of the field. However, movement of pesticides beyond the target is undesirable as it represents wastage of product and exposure to sensitive, non-target areas.

Spray application is complex and there is currently no way of receiving immediate feedback to indicate if spray set up and operation is correct.

The challenge is to uncover a technology solution that will ensure the best practice and decision making to reduce the impacts of spray drift in order to improve agricultural productivity, profitability and sustainability.

Anticipated Funding: AUD 1,000,000
Deadline: September 9, 2020

To apply you must have an Australian business number and have turnover less than $20 million for each of the last three years including any related bodies corporate.
To apply you must be an entity, incorporated in Australia or an incorporated trustee on behalf of a trust.

The challenge will be conducted in following stages:
Stage 1: Challenge Selection
Stage 2: Feasibility Study
Stage 3: Proof of Concept

For further information, click on the link given below:
https://www.business.gov.au/BRII#fact-sheets

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Innovation Challenge Description

Pesticides are used in farming to protect from weeds, diseases and pests and play an important role in adding to the productivity of the field. However, movement of pesticides beyond the target is undesirable as it represents wastage of product and exposure to sensitive, non-target areas.

Spray application is complex and there is currently no way of receiving immediate feedback to indicate if spray set up and operation is correct.

The challenge is to uncover a technology solution that will ensure the best practice and decision making to reduce the impacts of spray drift in order to improve agricultural productivity, profitability and sustainability.

Anticipated Funding: AUD 1,000,000
Deadline: September 9, 2020

To apply you must have an Australian business number and have turnover less than $20 million for each of the last three years including any related bodies corporate.
To apply you must be an entity, incorporated in Australia or an incorporated trustee on behalf of a trust.

The challenge will be conducted in following stages:
Stage 1: Challenge Selection
Stage 2: Feasibility Study
Stage 3: Proof of Concept

For further information, click on the link given below:
https://www.business.gov.au/BRII#fact-sheets

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Innovation Challenge Description

Pesticides are used in farming to protect from weeds, diseases and pests and play an important role in adding to the productivity of the field. However, movement of pesticides beyond the target is undesirable as it represents wastage of product and exposure to sensitive, non-target areas.

Spray application is complex and there is currently no way of receiving immediate feedback to indicate if spray set up and operation is correct.

The challenge is to uncover a technology solution that will ensure the best practice and decision making to reduce the impacts of spray drift in order to improve agricultural productivity, profitability and sustainability.

Anticipated Funding: AUD 1,000,000
Deadline: September 9, 2020

To apply you must have an Australian business number and have turnover less than $20 million for each of the last three years including any related bodies corporate.
To apply you must be an entity, incorporated in Australia or an incorporated trustee on behalf of a trust.

The challenge will be conducted in following stages:
Stage 1: Challenge Selection
Stage 2: Feasibility Study
Stage 3: Proof of Concept

For further information, click on the link given below:
https://www.business.gov.au/BRII#fact-sheets

Innovation Challenge Description

Pesticides are used in farming to protect from weeds, diseases and pests and play an important role in adding to the productivity of the field. However, movement of pesticides beyond the target is undesirable as it represents wastage of product and exposure to sensitive, non-target areas.

Spray application is complex and there is currently no way of receiving immediate feedback to indicate if spray set up and operation is correct.

The challenge is to uncover a technology solution that will ensure the best practice and decision making to reduce the impacts of spray drift in order to improve agricultural productivity, profitability and sustainability.

Anticipated Funding: AUD 1,000,000
Deadline: September 9, 2020

To apply you must have an Australian business number and have turnover less than $20 million for each of the last three years including any related bodies corporate.
To apply you must be an entity, incorporated in Australia or an incorporated trustee on behalf of a trust.

The challenge will be conducted in following stages:
Stage 1: Challenge Selection
Stage 2: Feasibility Study
Stage 3: Proof of Concept

For further information, click on the link given below:
https://www.business.gov.au/BRII#fact-sheets

Innovation Challenge Description

Pesticides are used in farming to protect from weeds, diseases and pests and play an important role in adding to the productivity of the field. However, movement of pesticides beyond the target is undesirable as it represents wastage of product and exposure to sensitive, non-target areas.

Spray application is complex and there is currently no way of receiving immediate feedback to indicate if spray set up and operation is correct.

The challenge is to uncover a technology solution that will ensure the best practice and decision making to reduce the impacts of spray drift in order to improve agricultural productivity, profitability and sustainability.

Anticipated Funding: AUD 1,000,000
Deadline: September 9, 2020

To apply you must have an Australian business number and have turnover less than $20 million for each of the last three years including any related bodies corporate.
To apply you must be an entity, incorporated in Australia or an incorporated trustee on behalf of a trust.

The challenge will be conducted in following stages:
Stage 1: Challenge Selection
Stage 2: Feasibility Study
Stage 3: Proof of Concept

For further information, click on the link given below:
https://www.business.gov.au/BRII#fact-sheets

Innovation Challenge Description

Pesticides are used in farming to protect from weeds, diseases and pests and play an important role in adding to the productivity of the field. However, movement of pesticides beyond the target is undesirable as it represents wastage of product and exposure to sensitive, non-target areas.

Spray application is complex and there is currently no way of receiving immediate feedback to indicate if spray set up and operation is correct.

The challenge is to uncover a technology solution that will ensure the best practice and decision making to reduce the impacts of spray drift in order to improve agricultural productivity, profitability and sustainability.

Anticipated Funding: AUD 1,000,000
Deadline: September 9, 2020

To apply you must have an Australian business number and have turnover less than $20 million for each of the last three years including any related bodies corporate.
To apply you must be an entity, incorporated in Australia or an incorporated trustee on behalf of a trust.

The challenge will be conducted in following stages:
Stage 1: Challenge Selection
Stage 2: Feasibility Study
Stage 3: Proof of Concept

For further information, click on the link given below:
https://www.business.gov.au/BRII#fact-sheets

Innovation Challenge Description

Pesticides are used in farming to protect from weeds, diseases and pests and play an important role in adding to the productivity of the field. However, movement of pesticides beyond the target is undesirable as it represents wastage of product and exposure to sensitive, non-target areas.

Spray application is complex and there is currently no way of receiving immediate feedback to indicate if spray set up and operation is correct.

The challenge is to uncover a technology solution that will ensure the best practice and decision making to reduce the impacts of spray drift in order to improve agricultural productivity, profitability and sustainability.

Anticipated Funding: AUD 1,000,000
Deadline: September 9, 2020

To apply you must have an Australian business number and have turnover less than $20 million for each of the last three years including any related bodies corporate.
To apply you must be an entity, incorporated in Australia or an incorporated trustee on behalf of a trust.

The challenge will be conducted in following stages:
Stage 1: Challenge Selection
Stage 2: Feasibility Study
Stage 3: Proof of Concept

For further information, click on the link given below:
https://www.business.gov.au/BRII#fact-sheets

Innovation Challenge Description

Pesticides are used in farming to protect from weeds, diseases and pests and play an important role in adding to the productivity of the field. However, movement of pesticides beyond the target is undesirable as it represents wastage of product and exposure to sensitive, non-target areas.

Spray application is complex and there is currently no way of receiving immediate feedback to indicate if spray set up and operation is correct.

The challenge is to uncover a technology solution that will ensure the best practice and decision making to reduce the impacts of spray drift in order to improve agricultural productivity, profitability and sustainability.

Anticipated Funding: AUD 1,000,000
Deadline: September 9, 2020

To apply you must have an Australian business number and have turnover less than $20 million for each of the last three years including any related bodies corporate.
To apply you must be an entity, incorporated in Australia or an incorporated trustee on behalf of a trust.

The challenge will be conducted in following stages:
Stage 1: Challenge Selection
Stage 2: Feasibility Study
Stage 3: Proof of Concept

For further information, click on the link given below:
https://www.business.gov.au/BRII#fact-sheets

Innovation Challenge Description

Pesticides are used in farming to protect from weeds, diseases and pests and play an important role in adding to the productivity of the field. However, movement of pesticides beyond the target is undesirable as it represents wastage of product and exposure to sensitive, non-target areas.

Spray application is complex and there is currently no way of receiving immediate feedback to indicate if spray set up and operation is correct.

The challenge is to uncover a technology solution that will ensure the best practice and decision making to reduce the impacts of spray drift in order to improve agricultural productivity, profitability and sustainability.

Anticipated Funding: AUD 1,000,000
Deadline: September 9, 2020

To apply you must have an Australian business number and have turnover less than $20 million for each of the last three years including any related bodies corporate.
To apply you must be an entity, incorporated in Australia or an incorporated trustee on behalf of a trust.

The challenge will be conducted in following stages:
Stage 1: Challenge Selection
Stage 2: Feasibility Study
Stage 3: Proof of Concept

For further information, click on the link given below:
https://www.business.gov.au/BRII#fact-sheets

Innovation Challenge Description

Pesticides are used in farming to protect from weeds, diseases and pests and play an important role in adding to the productivity of the field. However, movement of pesticides beyond the target is undesirable as it represents wastage of product and exposure to sensitive, non-target areas.

Spray application is complex and there is currently no way of receiving immediate feedback to indicate if spray set up and operation is correct.

The challenge is to uncover a technology solution that will ensure the best practice and decision making to reduce the impacts of spray drift in order to improve agricultural productivity, profitability and sustainability.

Anticipated Funding: AUD 1,000,000
Deadline: September 9, 2020

To apply you must have an Australian business number and have turnover less than $20 million for each of the last three years including any related bodies corporate.
To apply you must be an entity, incorporated in Australia or an incorporated trustee on behalf of a trust.

The challenge will be conducted in following stages:
Stage 1: Challenge Selection
Stage 2: Feasibility Study
Stage 3: Proof of Concept

For further information, click on the link given below:
https://www.business.gov.au/BRII#fact-sheets

Innovation Challenge Description

Pesticides are used in farming to protect from weeds, diseases and pests and play an important role in adding to the productivity of the field. However, movement of pesticides beyond the target is undesirable as it represents wastage of product and exposure to sensitive, non-target areas.

Spray application is complex and there is currently no way of receiving immediate feedback to indicate if spray set up and operation is correct.

The challenge is to uncover a technology solution that will ensure the best practice and decision making to reduce the impacts of spray drift in order to improve agricultural productivity, profitability and sustainability.

Anticipated Funding: AUD 1,000,000
Deadline: September 9, 2020

To apply you must have an Australian business number and have turnover less than $20 million for each of the last three years including any related bodies corporate.
To apply you must be an entity, incorporated in Australia or an incorporated trustee on behalf of a trust.

The challenge will be conducted in following stages:
Stage 1: Challenge Selection
Stage 2: Feasibility Study
Stage 3: Proof of Concept

For further information, click on the link given below:
https://www.business.gov.au/BRII#fact-sheets

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