Introduction to IoT in AgricultureSandra Mueller2018-10-01T14:40:21-04:00
Introduction to IoT in Agriculture
In the United States, there are approximately 2.06 million farms currently in operation.1 This is a drastic contrast to the 6.8 million farms in operation 80 years ago. Interestingly, the total farm output has more than doubled between 1948 and 2015, mostly due to technological developments driving change.
In today’s ever-connected world, with 5G networks expected to roll out nationwide by 2020, the Internet of Things (IoT) is already having a profound effect on many industries that aren’t necessarily thought of as “techie.” IoT is already a driving force behind predictive and real-time access to agricultural insights, enabling “Smart Farming”—including intelligent assistance in implementation, maintenance and use of the technology—and “Precision Agriculture,” defined as everything that makes the practice of farming more accurate and controlled when it comes to the growing of crops and raising livestock.
At 151 Advisors we understand the amazing advances IoT has already brought to Smart Farming and Precision Agriculture and the incredible potential yet to come. We want to help IoT solution providers, farmers, agricultural retailers, and agronomists implement successful strategies to meet production and revenue goals.
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Facts supporting the benefits of correctly implementing IoT devices, sensors and connectivity in agriculture processes.
Descriptive use cases and examples of places where IoT can boost productivity and ultimately increase ROI.
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IoT in Agriculture today and the fundamental components
Comparison between connectivity options and how they can be utilized
Different types of Sensors & Hardware available
IoT use cases in Agriculture
The benefits of implementing IoT in Agriculture processes