Use of Agricultural Drones and Robots is an Upcoming Trend in Both Developing and Developed Countries
As agriculture quickly becomes an exciting high-technology industry, new professionals, companies, and investing bodies are rapidly being drawn in. The development in smart farming technologies has led to not only advancements in production capabilities of farmers but also to the introduction of advanced technology phenomenon in the industry i.e., agricultural drones and robots.
The farm field is being completely automated as the operations to be dealt by robots and other smart technologies, the farmer can reside in a shelter supervising and monitoring using the data generated across the farm. Tractors are expected to become completely autonomous with high precision movement, and the presence of a fleet of agricultural robots such as weeding robots, harvesting robots, and seeding robots is expected to nurture individual crops throughout their crop grow cycle.
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The milking processes is also expected to be autonomous with the incorporation of milking robots. Moreover, the use of robots for other processes, such as feeding and herding involved in livestock production, is also expected to increase in the next ten years. Drones are expected to be hovering over farms for soil and field mapping, field inspection, crop health monitoring and crop spraying. All these equipments is expected to be embedded with sensing systems that can produce data and metrics for all production processes.
The introduction of agricultural drones and robots is also expected to resolve another looming concern over the farming industry i.e., the shifting structure of agricultural workforce. An increase in the average age of farmers has been being witnessed in numerous countries across the world.
The upcoming trend of agricultural drones and robots is not only prevalent in developed countries, but developing countries have realized its importance as well. Government of several countries have also realized the need and advantages of these technologies, and thus their initiatives to promote these smart farming techniques are expected to further drive the growth of the agricultural drones and robots market.