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Transition to data-driven decisions on the farm
While visual observations are helpful, using data to make decisions can challenge your thinking.
Agricultural Robots Are Gaining Ground Owing To The Growing Demand
Such automated farming method also fosters greater precision, accuracy, and efficiency in work. Applying automation in agriculture help save much resources, money, and time. Some of the types of robots used in agriculture include Demeter, driverless tractor, forester robot, and fruit picking robot.
The agricultural robots industry statistics and graphs further support the data in the report. Analysis of the agricultural robots market forecast is provided by studying the current and past market trends. The market size helps market players, shareholders, and new entrants in strategic market planning. The market share helps analyze how the players in the industry are performing as compared to their competitors.
AeroVironment Decision Support System
AeroVironment's cloud-based Decision Support System™ (DSS) performs advanced image processing, analytics, comparative and historical reporting, providing actionable intelligence so you can make smarter, quicker decisions.
There is no need to spend your time in front of a computer stitching imagery together; AV DSS automatically aggregates all your data making it easy to use and understand which can help improve operational efficiencies and increase profitability.
5 surprising things a drone can tell you about your field
How IoT will transform the Retail industry
See : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2cbxiVcSj_Q&feature=youtu.be
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In Nigeria (everywhere! - GW), farming needs and rewards creative agripreneurs
Worst of all may be the perception, especially strong among young people, that a life in agriculture is undesirable.
If they could see what I see everyday, many of them would change their minds. They’d learn that farming is a business that both needs and rewards creative entrepreneurs. They’d also discover that farming is on the verge of a digital revolution. Their comfort with smartphones puts them in an excellent position to flourish.
Perhaps at some point we’ll even have access to the GMOs that have helped farmers in the developed world fight pests and drought—two of agriculture’s biggest enemies, in rich and poor societies alike.
I’m fully engaged in the outreach, developing business support services, launching a crowd-funded investment venture called Peterscoin, and promoting Agric Rocks, which encourages farming through arts, entertainment, and technology.
I have big ambitions for myself, but even bigger ones for my country and my continent. We have a lot to do. We just need to find the people who are willing to do it—or at least willing to give it a try.
This map shows the world divided into 7 sections (each with distinct color) each section containing 1 billion people
See many others curious maps: http://www.catholica.com.au/forum/index.php?id=149755
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