The Australian Food and Agribusiness sector has often been referenced as being one of the least digitised sectors on the planet. But in the last 5 years the Internet of Things has been a complete game changer enabling digital agriculture. We are now in the midst of experiencing the rapid digitisation of the Food of the Agriculture sector enabled by IoT connectivity and AgTech devices and apps. The current value of Australia’s agriculture sector is estimated to be around $60 billion. Digital technologies are generally recognised as having the potential to drive the next major wave of agricultural productivity. The Accelerating Precision to Decision Agriculture (P2D) report produced by the Rural Research and Development Corporations and supported by the Australian Government, suggested that the unconstrained implementation of digital technology could boost the value of Australian agriculture by around 25% representing a potential $20.3 billion increase per annum with major flow-on effects to other parts of the economy.