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Project aims for better engagement on spray drift | The Land



AUGMENTED reality in training resources to make learning more fun and ‘gamification’, a process creating leaderboards and ladders in training modules could help better engagement in spray drift management according to developers of a new project to be rolled out in NSW.

The partnership, between the Faculty of Information Technology (IT) at Monash University, BARD AI, PentaQuest, and AgriSci, will use AR and gamification as key platforms in improving outcomes in spray drift management.

They will work with the Cotton Research and Development Corporation to provide the new features to growers.

Rather than focus on improvements to physical spraying systems the team is instead looking at improving behaviours from operators.

Spray drift cost the…

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