Wine Iot Solutions
The Agriculture IoT Solutions report from research firm Alpha Brown estimates that 10% to 15% of farmers are using IoT solutions on the farm across 3.1 billion acres and 250,000 farms, and collectively they’re spending around $960 million.
IoT (Internet of things) in an agricultural context refers to the use of sensors, cameras, and other devices to turn every element and action involved in farming into data. Weather, moisture, plant health, mineral status, chemical applications, pest presence and much more can all be turned into large data sets that allow big data engineers to draw out insights about the farm at varying levels of granularity via software algorithms. As Alpha Brown emphasizes, IoT is not a product or particular tool, but a family of technologies.