XAG and Bayer host talks to deepen partnership for digital farming


XAG and Bayer have hosted talks to deepen their strategic partnership and accelerate the digital farming process in Japan.

The companies are set to together explore advanced chemical application via fully autonomous drones in Japan.

XAG’s CEO Peng Bin and co-founder Justin Gong attended a series of intensive meetings with delegates from Bayer to orchestrate a blueprint for mutual business development while discussing how to build a sustainable agroecosystem with science and high-tech in the Japanese market.

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The companies said they were looking to focus on developing new technologies and new business patterns to achieve sustainable agriculture development in Japan.

Whilst continuously conducting research on UAS-specialized pesticides and spraying prescriptions for plant protection,XAG and Bayer will also leverage their own strengths to build a digital agriculture platform.

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