The future of agriculture hinges on the adoption of technologies such as the Internet of Things (loT), Big Data and Artificial Intelligence, noted Vicente Muñoz, Chief Internet of Things Officer,...
The world still need more food to feed the growing population
Internet of Things (loT) is being used in agriculture
Some advantages of Internet of Things (loT)
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What has ICTs to do with climate change? Malcolm Johnson the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) Deputy Secretary General, answers this question in the published news items coinciding with...
Check out the latest case study on Dgroups: Using Dgroups to scale up online networking and communication in the Rural Water Supply Network. This item is based on an in-depth interview of Sean Furey...
Wikifarmer is the greatest user generated online farming library. Its mission is to help all farmers across the globe to find valuable information regarding their existing or potential crops and...
Digital Green is a non-profit development organization that disseminates agricultural information to rural communities using digital video. The platform partners with local actors (public and private...
Millions of underemployed skilled farmers and millions of hectares of underused arable land exhist all over the world, especially in developing countries. At the same time, the demand for high-...
Four new videos on four different areas (mango seedlings, making soumbala from soya beans, sheep & goats, and pumpkins) have been posted on the platform www.accessagriculture.org. They are...
Webinar: Plant Protection & Benefit of Smart Agriculture Metrology
June 27, 2017 | TIME: 15:00 (GMT)
Smart agriculture metrology can play a major role in the control of plant...
The Emergency Events Database (EM-DAT) was created by the Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED), a leading repository of information on the impact of disasters, in 1988.