Smart agriculture overcomes labor shortages and boosts productivity and quality
Agriculture has taken a hard hit from labor shortages and unpredictable extreme weather. To boost productivity and ensure quality, it’s time to promote the Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial intelligence (AI) in agriculture to realize smart agriculture. With sensor-based systems, farmers can remotely monitor crops, soil, fields, and livestock in real-time. The collected data can be analyzed and provide insights for operational decision-making. And the shrinking workforce can be mended by autonomous vehicles, robots and drones.