Today's agriculture routinely uses sophisticated technologies, such as robots, temperature and humidity sensors, aerial imagery and GPS technology. These advanced devices and precision robotic and agricultural systems allow companies to be more cost-effective, efficient, safe and environmentally friendly. The agricultural industry has been radically transformed over the past 50 years. Advances in machinery have expanded the scale, speed and productivity of agricultural equipment, leading to more efficient cultivation of more land.
Seeds, irrigation and fertilizers have also improved tremendously, helping farmers to increase yields. Now, agriculture is in the early days of another revolution, in which data and connectivity meet. Artificial intelligence, analytics, connected sensors and other emerging technologies could further increase yields, improve the efficiency of water and other inputs, and promote sustainability and resilience in crops and livestock. The agricultural industry has been significantly transformed over the past 50 years.
Advances in machinery have increased the scale, speed and productivity of agricultural equipment. Therefore, it leads to more efficient cultivation of more land. Seeds, fertilizers and irrigation have also improved considerably. Today, agriculture is in the early days of another revolution.
It's at the center of which data and connectivity are located. Technology in agriculture is improving crop production. Artificial intelligence, connected sensors, analytics and other emerging technologies could further increase yields and improve the efficiency of water and other inputs. In addition to promoting sustainability and resilience in animal husbandry and crop cultivation.
The benefits of automating traditional agricultural processes are monumental when addressing issues such as consumer preferences, labor shortages and the environmental footprint of agriculture. Smart Farming When all of the above technologies are merged, the resulting product will be an intelligent agriculture system, often referred to as precision agriculture. Agricultural automation technology addresses major problems such as the increase in the global population, the shortage of agricultural labor, and changes in consumer preferences. Agricultural automation, often associated with “intelligent agriculture”, is a technology that makes farms more efficient and automates the agricultural or livestock production cycle.
Reducing water and energy use optimizes energy conservation: vertical farms use up to 70% less water than traditional farms.