The use of the latest technology can manage agriculture and production management more effectively and efficiently by implementing management systems, precision technology and cyber-physical systems that are integrated in agriculture.
The designed technology is tailored to the needs of each farm, so that information such as weather conditions, humidity and soil nutrient status will be obtained from the platform. This technology can also regulate the application of fertilizer and water to plants automatically.
The application of precision farming systems utilizes the latest technology supported by big data management, AI and IoT. This aims to improve the quality and quantity of production by optimizing land resources, indoor/outdoor farming, human resources, and can reduce financial operations.
Smart Farming can also contribute to reducing carbon emissions since based on studies of rice and other conventional farming, it is a significant contributor to emissions yet is actually needed for society’s live.