Agriculture

Agriculture

IoAT or Internet of Agricultural Things technology will help in making high-tech farming a reality by offering high-precision crop control, useful data collection, and automated farming techniques, there are clearly many advantages a networked farm has to offer.

As per a recent survey done by Beecham food production must increase by 70 percent in the year 2050 in order to meet our estimated world population of 9.6 billion people. Only smart farming by using IoAT devices can do this. IoAT sensors capable of providing farmers with information about crop yields, rainfall, pest infestation, and soil nutrition are invaluable to production and can offer precise data which can be used to improve farming techniques over time. With connected farming we can grow vegetables inside our houses for our daily use. Farmers can use their smartphones to remotely monitor their equipment, crops, and livestock, as well as obtain stats on their livestock feeding and produce. They can even use this technology to run statistical predictions for their crops and livestock.

We can use IoAT in

  • Sensor-based field and resource mapping
  • Remote equipment monitoring
  • Remote crop monitoring
  • Predictive analytics for crops and livestock
  • Climate monitoring and forecasting
  • Livestock tracking and geo-fencing
  • Stats on livestock feeding and produce
  • Smart logistics and warehousing