Nearly everyone working on the future of modern agriculture is focused on efficiency. A wide range of technologies will enable the transition of modern agriculture in the field. Modern agriculture is driven by continuous improvements in digital tools and data as well as collaborations among farmers and researchers across the public and private sectors.

Software and mobile devices help farmers to harvest better. Like many people, farmers started carrying mobile devices, which allowed them to stay connected to colleagues while in the field. This also meant they now had access to data needed while on-the-go, including the ability to place orders for seed or fertilizer at any time or in any place. Farmers make decisions based on the information they have on-hand, which is why data has helped them harness the power of information to make better-informed decisions that allow them to use resources more sustainably.

We hold a promise for the farmers to develop the mobile app services that can improve their yields.

Mobile Apps provides chat service for farmers to solve their query related to agriculture with the option of upload images of infected crops. Farmers can easily chat with other agriculture expert and discuss their problems.

Optical sensors are able to see how much fertiliser a plant may need, based on the amount of light reflected back to the sensor. With the IoT technology, the farmers can control their irrigation systems from a phone or computer instead of driving to each field.