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Smart Farming

Smart farming is the management of farms via the use of modern technology for communication and information to maximize the quantity and quality of crops while minimizing the amount of human work required. Among the technologies available to farmers today are: Sensors- Soil, water, light, humidity, and temperature control; Software- Customized software solutions for certain farm types or application-independent IoT platforms; Cellular- Connectivity, LoRa; GPS- Satellite Location; Robotics- Autonomous tractors and processing plants are examples of robotics, and Data analytics- includes stand-alone analytics solutions as well as data pipelines for downstream solutions. Farmers can use such equipment to monitor field conditions and make strategic decisions for the entire farm or a single plant without ever setting foot in the field. IoT is the driving force behind smart farming, connecting devices and sensors integrated on farms to make farming activities data-driven and automated.