The geological and climatic conditions in Taiwan are well-suited to agricultural development. However, in the face of current trends, the most pressing question is how can we apply technology to develop agriculture in response to the challenges posed by a declining population of farmers and changes in the global environment?
To promote technical and vocational education in agriculture, the Department of Biomechatronics Engineering at National Pingtung University of Science and Technology collaborated with the National Science and Technology Museum. They combined theory with practice in the field of intelligent agricultural machinery. Their efforts were aimed at developing talent in this field.