China to start selling agribusiness video cameras, drones

China has plans to build a video camera and drone system to provide farmers with a new kind of digital information about their crops and crops-related activities.

China has a growing market for drones, but there is little evidence that it can compete with the U.S. or the European Union for commercial drone sales.

The country has been trying to create a commercial system that can provide farmers a digital database of the crops they are growing and how they are doing.

It is unclear whether the Chinese government will go as far as to produce a commercially viable product, although the technology is already available in China.

China already has a system for tracking farmers, but that does not include an agricultural data platform that allows farmers to monitor and analyze data.

The government has promised to improve the tracking system in the near future.

The Chinese government plans to license a commercial version of the system to farmers to start producing data in the next six to eight months, according to an official in the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Forestry.

The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to discuss the matter publicly, said the government is in discussions with a number of manufacturers to develop a video and drone surveillance system for farming in China that would be commercially available by the end of 2020.

The Ministry of Agricultural, Food, and Forestry did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Chinese officials have also been working on a new data system that could be used to monitor farmers and monitor crop production, according.

A company that specializes in developing data for farming and the country’s agriculture sector has developed a software platform that will enable farmers to track crops, including how they grow, how many seeds are planted and how much water is used to produce crops.

China has been exploring using such a system to monitor agricultural output.

In December, China announced it would create a data system for farmers that could help monitor and monitor their crops for safety and quality.

The National Bureau of Statistics has reported that China’s agricultural output has increased by about 2.5% in the past year, while its gross domestic product has increased only 1.7%.

The country’s agricultural productivity has increased about 8% during the same period.

China plans to produce the first commercial version in the second half of 2020, according the official.

China will also begin selling its own agricultural intelligence products in 2020, which will be used for tracking crop production and to make decisions about how to produce more food.

“In the next five years, we will make a large leap forward, which is going to bring more value and more flexibility to the farmer,” the official said.

China is the world’s largest producer of agricultural commodities, accounting for almost 70% of the global market.

But the country has struggled to expand its market share and maintain the high quality and productivity of its products.

China also faces competition from other countries for the world market for agricultural products and technology.

The U.K., France and Canada are among the biggest agricultural producers in the world, and China is a key market for their products.

China is also a major buyer of U.N. seeds, but the United States has been slowing the flow of its seeds to China.