From trending cattle behavior and movement in real time, to monitoring and trending soil moisture, temperature, acidity and water quality, Smart Agriculture, commonly referred to as ‘AgTech’, is used to “enhance agricultural productivity, address agricultural-based issues, such as food demand, and make farms more connected and intelligent.” - says Research and Data firm statista: “The market value of smart agriculture worldwide is forecasted to reach around 26.76 billion U.S. dollars by 2020.”. The ever increasing global food demands require new advanced agricultural operations to meet and exceed these challenges.
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Read our AgTech conversation with Austria-Danube University’s Gwendolyn Jones :