Smart Farming: The Future Stands At Agriculture Sector’s Door

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The outgrown global population and about-to-extinct humble bee species demand a smarter way to produce food. Amidst this scarcity and potential colonial collapse, Internet of Things (IoT) guarantees enhanced future of agriculture. Supporting IoT in farming, an Irish startup is working on improving the bee population with the help of sensors that monitor the growth of the insects.

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It is nothing new that farmers are adamant for retaining their traditional practices, irrespective of the current planetary conditions. They still believe that the methods are safe and are capable enough to result in better yield. However, with every passing day, the atmosphere is changing at a pace that cannot be stopped. Moreover, the convention of farming has plenty of waste in agriculture. The farmers are hence being educated with the advantage they can avail with technologies.

As a result, IoT has emerged as a prime technology that can support the farmers and has the potential to become the next big thing for the agriculture industry.

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How IoT is Paving the Road for Efficient Smart Farming?

Today the industry of agriculture is changing. It is adopting technologies help farmers collect data that can support the decision making easy for the farmers. IoT is the best alternative that the farmers can adopt for better food production. As the technology collects the data through sensors and processes it autonomously with the help of advanced platforms and represent it to the user. The processed data gives the precise dynamics of factors such as weather, soil health, and pest population. This information allows the farmers to organize the crop cycle for better yield.

Moreover, futuristic use-cases such as self-driving tractors, autonomous temperature-controlled storage facilities, and sensor-driven processing units are some more factors that make smart farming a “THING-of-TOMORROW” to “Solution of the Day”.

Pragati Pathrotkar
Pragati Pathrotkar

Pragati Pathrotkar is a specialist in search engine optimized (SEO) content with a wealth of experience gathered from working in leading market research firms. Currently, she is the Team Lead for the SEO department at Transparency Market Research. In the said role, she has actively contributed to building a winning content strategy leveraging right keywords, link building, market research and analysis, and competitor analysis. Pragati has a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science from Nagpur University and a Master’s degree in Business Administration.

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