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Connected Farming: 5 IoT Applications Redefining Agriculture

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In present times, farmers are leaning towards using modern technologies to maximize their production with minimal efforts and resources while also meet the demand of global hunger. While the agricultural revolution of the 1800s brought about grain elevators, chemical fertilizers, and the first gas-powered tractor and the 1960s saw the usage of satellites in farm planning, to feed the projected 9.6 billion human population of 2050, farmers and agricultural researchers need to think of new innovative solutions. Other challenges in agriculture include extreme weather conditions and rising climate change and environmental impact resulting from intensive farming practices. This is why the agriculture industry needs to embrace IoT (Internet of Things). Agricultural IoT applications make it possible for ranchers and farmers to collect meaningful data.


Smart Agriculture is More Than the "Internet of Cows" IoT For All

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The oldest profession in the world (or the second oldest, depends on who you ask) is in for a makeover with IoT technology. Smart farming, an extension of precision agriculture, can increase total yield by up to 5% and total profits by up to 20%. In precision agriculture, "Internet of Things" devices, global positioning and new technologies are used. Their job is to measure and respond. With this, we might be able to tackle the challenges of the future in enhancing how we produce and manage food.


Precision Farming: AI and Automation Are Transforming Agriculture

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Technology is transforming our food chain, with some of the most important innovation occurring in the rise of precision farming. Together, artificial intelligence (AI) and automation are revamping the agriculture industry, helping farmers operate efficiently and in new ways. Today's farm is powered by data, along with a variety of devices and technologies, including sensors, GPS satellites, drones, and robots. This combination of automation and farming may mean to less friction and fewer obstacles for farmers, both for crop-based decisions and interacting with the USDA for permits. These exciting advancements, however, are not possible without dependable and scalable data centers.


Precision Farming: AI and Automation Are Transforming Agriculture

#artificialintelligence

Technology is transforming our food chain, with some of the most important innovation occurring in the rise of precision farming. Together, artificial intelligence (AI) and automation are revamping the agriculture industry, helping farmers operate efficiently and in new ways. Today's farm is powered by data, along with a variety of devices and technologies, including sensors, GPS satellites, drones, and robots. This combination of automation and farming may mean to less friction and fewer obstacles for farmers, both for crop-based decisions and interacting with the USDA for permits. These exciting advancements, however, are not possible without dependable and scalable data centers.


Agriculture Industry Moves Forward Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) To Improve Crop Management

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It is always fun to look at the widening expansion of sectors that are being helped by artificial intelligence (AI). Farming has regularly used technology to improve yields. In recent years, global warming has made it more important to manage water resources through improved irrigation. Now the agriculture industry is looking at adopting AI in many ways. One of those methods is to analyze crops to better manage yield.