Congratulations to Rachel Hennen, Marketing Strategist, this month's Team Member Spotlight winner! Rachel was nominated by executive leadership for her drive to continuously improve and for living out the Raven Values each day.
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Dedicated to advancing farming through innovation and technology, Raven provides innovative, high-value products and systems that help farmers help the world.
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Raven™ is dedicated to providing innovative, high-value products and solutions that solve great challenges throughout the world. Our purpose has been evident since the start of our company. Today, the call to Solve Great Challenges is bold and authentic, and it shapes our vision, values, and strategy in a meaningful way.Learn More
Through our technology, products, and services, we help grow more food, produce more energy, protect our environment, and allow others to live safely. However, our purpose extends beyond creating these solutions — it defines our corporate behavior.Learn More
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At Raven, we aspire to solve some of the world’s greatest challenges. This purpose drives the work and passion of our team members, and it unites our businesses. For over 60 years, we’ve collaborated together, learned together, grown together, and served together. Discover a career with Raven, and help us solve the world’s next great challenge.
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Congratulations to Project Engineer Brent Driesen, our May Team Member Spotlight winner! Brent was nominated by senior leadership for his role in overcoming supply chain issues to ensure customers receive products this spring and for his dedication to solving great challenges.
Driverless vehicles aren’t just on the highway — they’re on the farm, too. In fact, automating agricultural equipment can require more advanced artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities than automating transportation. In addition to safety and object perception/avoidance, driverless ag technology also needs to precisely control everything from chemical application levels to boom height.