Agricultural technologies with data support include sensors, communications, data storage and aggregation, optimization equipment, big data and analytics, IT and mobile platforms. “Analytics and big data” were named as their priority among 46% of all surveyed executives. In second place in popularity is “product safety and traceability of products” (29%), and biological science (29%). The task of information technology is to maximize automation of all stages of the production cycle to reduce losses, increase business productivity, and optimize resource management.
Further agriculture automation represents a higher level of digital integration, which affects the most complex organizational changes in business, but the implementation can drastically affect the profit and competitiveness of products and the company as a whole. Read The Internet of Things in agriculture: A guide by Suren Arustamyan, COO at JeraSoft for IoT Tech News.