Smart Agriculture: Better Yields with Smarter Calculations, Less Resources and Less Human Labor

Smart agricultural machines: Agras T16, DOT, RIPPA™ (Robot for Intelligent Perception and Precision Application), Sweeper, Robotics in plant nurseries, GreentBot, FarmBot, EcoRobotix, John Deere Autonomous Tractor.

Smart agriculture is completely revolutionizing the farming industry. To learn about what smart agriculture is and the benefits it provides, continue reading.

Advanced technology is revolutionizing the way humans do almost everything, including the way we produce food. In addition to smartphones and smart cities, there is now smart agriculture as well. As intelligent devices and the Internet of things (IoT) technology become increasable accessible, smart agriculture is becoming a widely adopted phenomenon on farms of all sizes around the world.

What is smart agriculture?

Smart agriculture refers to the application of advanced technology, such as the IoT and several other innovative interconnected devices that help track and monitor crops, automate processes, and improve farming efficiency. To facilitate the connection of several different types of advanced technologies, smart agriculture solutions depend on a sophisticated infrastructure backbone.




Benefits of smart agriculture

Improved quality: A key benefit that smart agriculture provides is that it improves the production quality of produce. By gathering large amounts of data throughout the production process, farmers can learn to adapt their practices to facilitate better results. In addition, the ability to monitor crops remotely makes it easier for farmers to respond promptly to any issues during the farming process. As a result, the quality of their products improves.

Smart agriculture is more sustainable
The use of solar power in smart agriculture reduces farmers’ dependencies on finite resources such as oil and gas to power key processes. By relying on a renewable resource instead, smart agriculture allows for more sustainable farming practices.




Increased production
Smart agriculture increases production by providing farmers with the data they need to optimize crop treatment and reduce waste. In addition, remote sensors also give them the ability to manage a larger number of crops, which further increases their ability to produce more product. Automated machines from Ecorobotix, Farmbot Genesis, GreenBot, John Deer Autonomous Tractor, RIPPA, and Sweeper.

Lowered overall costs
Despite the initial costs of investing in advanced technology, smart agriculture can significantly reduce overall farming costs. By automating processes, reducing waste, and decreasing the potential for costly human error, farmers can save a considerable amount of money by using smart agriculture.

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