Internet of Things in Connected Agriculture

Digital Solutions to Boost Production Efficiency from Crop and Livestock Cultivation through Distribution and Retail
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Published: 22 Sep 2016

The key challenges for agricultural suppliers are to match their food production with fluctuating demand and to comply with regulations that protect the food chain from contamination. Internet of Things (IoT) technologies help tackle market inefficiencies by monitoring conditions at every stage of production. Using sensors in combination with data analytics, farms have access to more accurate information than they have ever had before. Data is used to support critical decisions about planting, harvesting, distribution, and responses to market prices. This research offers a look at the current digital transformation occurring in agriculture, covering new business models, connectivity options, and the use of artificial intelligence.

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