Abstract: During the industrialization of agriculture, the mechanical machineries helped farmers reduce effort and time while increasing yield per acre. But the risks of rapid climate changes plus growing demand for food products in market (such as food supply chain, food processing industries) for an increasing population, have increased dramatically. This demand has created pressure on the existing agriculture methods with a wide range of challenges. At the same time, it has created new opportunities for improvement. The integration of newer IoT technologies and devices into the agricultural practices is now pushing farmers to migrate to digital farming and precision agriculture. This advancement allows them to benefit from the current demand for agricultural products while resolving related challenges and risks.
Because DDS is precise, highly complex, dynamic, secure and robust, it is an ideal connectivity tool for control systems and a connected network that can facilitate the exchange of data in real-time. Join the webinar to learn more.
This webinar is the latest in the series of DDS use cases, produced by the DDS Foundation. For more information, please visit www.dds-foundation.org.
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