Smart Agriculture System using IoT, Machine Learning and GPS Drone Systems

Fecha de publicación: 04/02/2022
Fuente: WIPO Agriculture Portada
Smart Agriculture System using IoT, Machine Learning and GPS Drone Systems Abstract: Additionally, they are referred to as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV), which is exactly what they are (UAVs). Networked robotic technologies are devices that can be remotely configured and controlled via a ground station or a remote control. Regrettably, drones had little impact on how farmers performed their duties until recently. Drones are being used more frequently in agriculture and precision farming. Numerous advances in technology have been made to increase the efficiency of farming in order to reduce costs and increase profits for farmers. Agriculture professionals can adjust the number of Internet of Things (IoTs) they use to aid them in their work. Agriculture and the Internet of Things (IoT), as well as numerous other facets of agriculture, were discussed in this paper. On the other hand, advances in technology have enabled these drones to be used in a variety of fields, including farming and construction. Drones equipped with sensors and connected to a network infrastructure are referred to as "smart drones" due to their ability to communicate with other devices over the Internet and thus become intelligent. Farmers are unable to compete in such colossal markets. Due to the increased cost of procuring a large quantity of food, their return on investment (ROI) has decreased. Precision agriculture has long been touted as a benefit of drone technology.