FROM SMART FARMING TOWARDS AGRICULTURE 5.0: A REVIEW ON CROP DATA MANAGEMENT. Por Verónica Saiz-Rubio y Francisco Rovira-Más
Abstract: The information that crops oﬀer is turned into proﬁtable decisions only when eﬃciently managed. Current advances in data management are making Smart Farming grow exponentially as data have become the key element in modern agriculture to help producers with critical decision-making. Valuable advantages appear with objective information acquired through sensors with the aim of maximizing productivity and sustainability. This kind of data-based managed farms rely on data that can increase eﬃciency by avoiding the misuse of resources and the pollution of the environment. Data-driven agriculture, with the help of robotic solutions incorporating artiﬁcial intelligent techniques, sets the grounds for the sustainable agriculture of the future. This paper reviews the current status of advanced farm management systems by revisiting each crucial step, from data acquisition in crop ﬁelds to variable rate applications, so that growers can make optimized decisions to save money while protecting the environment and transforming how food will be produced to sustainably match the forthcoming population growth.
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