Smart agriculture combines modern technologies, sensors and data in order to optimize the existing agricultural activity. The aim is to increase the quality and efficiency of agricultural products, minimizing the risk of environmental factors. Farmers have the ability to monitor field data in real time and make immediate and effective decisions.
The farmer using the information he receives has the opportunity to make the best possible use of the resources at his disposal, such as human resources, machinery and field. Smart farming systems fall into three categories: