What is Smart Agriculture? How can we put it Into Practice in Areas without Mobile Coverage?

Nov 08 2021

Also known as Agriculture 4.0, smart agriculture is the application of information and data technologies to optimize complex agricultural systems involving individual machines and all agricultural operations.

Smart agriculture incorporates information and communication technologies into machinery, equipment and sensors used in agricultural production systems. Technologies such as IoT and cloud computing are advancing this development even further by introducing more robots and artificial intelligence to agriculture.

For example, farmers can have real-time data on the condition of their assets through IoT connectivity, and thus know, for example, the status of:

Smart agriculture practices allow the generation of a large volume of data and information. Professionals can use this information to make data-driven decisions and take the most appropriate action at the best time to improve productivity and profitability.

Source: IIoT-World