IoT technology enables smart farming, which optimizes yields on crops and livestock. Today’s farmer uses a combination of sensors, wireless connectivity, embedded electronics, GPS mapping tools, and data analytics software to enjoy greater yields without significantly increasing labor costs. One critical and evolving element in this mix is connectivity, which brings the needed crop and livestock sensor data conveniently to the farmer’s smartphone, tablet, or PC. This connectivity is key to enabling the IoT for smart farming.
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