Steve Grzanich has the business news of the day with the Wintrust Business Minute.

A Chicago tech startup is about to roll out a hardware-software kit that will make most modern tractors fully autonomous. Crain’s reports Sabanto will roll out the self-driving retrofit in the coming months, beating big companies like Deere to the punch. The other companies have been using self-driving tech, but it still requires a driver to take control at the end of each row of corn or soybeans. Sabanto’s system automates that tractor turnaround. The expected price for the kit will be $50,000 and up per unit. Its release comes at a time when American farms are dealing with big labor shortages. By the way, Sabanto means “servant” in Japanese.

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