On August 17th, 2019, BIOMATLINK welcomed a delegation of participants from DEPA, DTAC, BAAC, TOT, and others to discuss 5G testing guidelines in the field of agriculture and smart agriculture platforms. The meeting was held at the Impress Ethanol plant in Chachoengsao Province.
“We are honored to host this discussion and share our insights on the implementation of 5G technology in agriculture,” said a BIOMATLINK spokesperson. “As a company committed to driving innovation and improving processes in the field, we believe that 5G technology has the potential to revolutionize the way we approach agriculture.”
The participants had the opportunity to tour a cassava farm and observe a drone demonstration, as well as visit the BIOMATLINK station, which serves as the testbed site for 5G testing in the context of smart agriculture.
As a factory processing cassava chips into ethanol fuel, Impress Ethanol plant’s focus on incorporating 5G technology into the agricultural industry is a crucial step towards increasing efficiency and effectiveness in the production of alternative fuel sources. BIOMATLINK’s dedication to utilizing cutting-edge technology to enhance the processes in the factory makes them a leader in the industry.