Smart Data. Precision Agriculture.


"The world will need to produce 70% more food in 2050 than it did in 2006 in order to feed the growing population of the Earth, according to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization. To meet this demand, farmers and agricultural companies are turning to the Internet of Things for analytics and greater production capabilities."

Source: Business Insider


IoT technology is becoming a fundamental aspect of the agricultural industry, and that shift has been made possible by the cloud. Connected technologies already provide wireless sensor networks to help enhance crop production and yield. Realtime crop data, made possible by cloud computing, also provides information to improve planning, purchasing, inventory control, planting, and harvesting. To maximize production, enhanced farming productivity requires more sensors, irrigation control devices, and connected technologies to achieve an increase in farm production and a reduction in used resources. It’s all of this that can be harnessed by the cloud.

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