By 2050, the world will encounter serious food shortages if global temperatures continue to increase. Consequently, global warming and population growth would have a drastic impact on food prices and production. In order to sustainably feed this growing population, the agricultural production needs to be optimized by developing novel technologies to maximize yield while minimizing input and environmental impact. Digital agriculture, use of robot labor, automation, and access to frequent, high-resolution, and precise data can effectively assist us to secure an environmentally-friendly food production. Our research approach in the Digital Agriculture Lab is to solve problems inspired by applications that will make significant advancements in engineering systems for agriculture.