Technologies and Solutions for IoT in Agriculture Examined by Mind Commerce in Cutting-Edge Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com
05 Oct 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Nowadays, the general term “AgriTech” is not uncommon. It represents the usage of technology in agriculture, aquaculture and horticulture for various purposes, mainly to improve the yield, profitability and efficiency. The IoT (Internet of Things) in agriculture presents a more specific usage of technology; agricultural planning and operations become connected in ways previously impossible due to remarkable advances in communications, sensors, data analytics and other spheres.
At present, the connected agriculture witnesses the increase in usage of different emerging automation and observation technologies, for instance, the usage of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to detect differences in heat signatures or the usage of robotics for spraying, planting, harvestings and other procedures.
The connected agriculture is expected to become more accessible to smaller farms and developing countries due to continually decreasing costs for different IoT technologies, which become mature beyond the R&D phase and go into general production.
The cutting-edge research study “IoT in Agriculture: Market Analysis and Forecasts 2016 - 2021” worked out by Mind Commerce Publishing LLC presents a detailed coverage of the IoT technologies usage in agriculture. It highlights the existing technologies and solutions, reviews the key companies involved, gives an evaluation of the overall marketplace, describes the historical evolution of IoT in agriculture and also outlines future growth prospects and opportunities. The report provides information for key geographical markets, discusses the hottest issues, investigates the prevailing and emerging trends as well as contains detailed future forecasts through 2021.
Many other insightful reports by this publisher are given at the Mind Commerce Publishing page.