Ohio State graduate students use various geospatial technologies such as remote sensing and global positioning systems with Trimble hardware and software.

WOOSTER − The Ohio State University received a gift from Trimble, a technology company, to establish state-of-the-art technology labs for the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CFAES).

The gift of software and hardware represents the largest philanthropic gift-in-kind investment to support teaching, research and outreach in the history of CFAES, according to a news release.

The multidisciplinary labs at Ohio State will enhance teaching, research and outreach activities in food and agricultural engineering, construction management and natural resources. The Trimble technology labs will be located on the Columbus campus and Ohio State ATI on the CFAES Wooster campus. The labs will be the first to include Trimble agriculture solutions.


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