The concept of Precision Agriculture consumes a great deal of human capital in the study, development, and expansion of the Precision Ag ecosystem, as well as a great deal of a farmer’s time in practice. Several key disciplines are required in the Precision Ag ecosystem, and while Big Data is getting a lot of the attention lately, understanding how the data is acquired can provide a greater understanding of a farm. This brings us to the Internet of Things (IoT) and its practice in Agriculture.
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A few weeks ago, a colleague and I attended the International Conference of Precision Agriculture. During this annual joint conference of the International Society of Precision Agriculture (ISPA) and InfoAg, one theme constantly emerged: “It’s the data (management), stupid”