The Internet of Things (IoT) holds the potential to transform the way we live and to disrupt every industry by offering real-time monitoring and the ability to control devices remotely. We live in a world in which shoes are smart and grocery shopping can be accomplished by merely talking, so it is no surprise that IoT devices entered the agricultural world and offered a smarter way to manage livestock and monitor crop growth.
The world’s population is growing and shows no sign of slowing down. As the number of mouths to feed is ever-increasing, the adoption of the IoT in agriculture is the most logical solution to meet the demand.
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