Farming in the Tech Age: Transformative Agricultural Technologies
With the escalating challenges of overpopulation and environmental threats driving an increased demand for food, the agricultural sector is compelled to adapt its practices. In response to this imperative, many in the field are turning to agricultural technology, commonly known as AgTech. This encompasses a spectrum of modifications, whether through the utilization of innovative equipment or the implementation of artificial intelligence (AI) software, to meet the continuously growing demand.
The current digital era is marked by ongoing and impactful developments, with one particularly significant advancement being artificial intelligence (AI). Acting as an umbrella term, AI encompasses various technologies that empower machines to execute complex tasks autonomously. This includes machine learning, robotics, and remote monitoring devices employed for observing crops or livestock.
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Digital Agriculture 101 from Schnell Industries, an aggregate conveyor manufacturer