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Sunday, 14 December 2014

Agriculture Emerging inTechnologies

Agriculture emerging technologies
Policy Horizons Canada worked with futuristic display Michell Zappa forecast data to produce a report called Metascan 3: Emerging technology in agriculture sector. 
 And graphics that accompany it. Reproduce the summary of emerging agricultural technologies.
Sensors, Power, Automation and Engineering: A list of technologies related to agricultural and natural manufacturing in four key areas of change of acceleration are presented.
The sensors help to agriculture, allowing real-time tracking and diagnosis of crops, livestock and farm equipment states.
Food can benefit directly from genetic manipulation and potentially the production of meat directly in a laboratory.

Recent agriculture technology  & Automation will help agriculture through large-scale robotics and micro-robots to check and maintain crop plant level.

Involves technologies that extend the reach of agriculture to new media, new places and new areas of the economy. Of particular interest will be synthetic biology, which is used to program efficiently unicellular life to make fuels, accessible products from organic chemistry and smart devices.
We have included predictions based on consultation with experts when each technology is scientifically feasible (the kind of thing that Google, governments and universities develop), mainstream (when VC and startups widely invested in it), and financially viable (when the technology is generally available on Kick starter).
Air and ground sensors: fundamental to automated farm additions, these sensors allow real understanding of agriculture, forestry or body of water conditions present time.
Scientifically feasible in 2013; current principal and financially viable in 2015.
Telematics team: Allows mechanical devices such as tractors to warn the mechanic that is likely to happen soon fail. The intra-tractor communication can be used as a rudimentary platform "farm swarm".
Scientifically feasible in 2013; mainstream in 2016; and financially viable in 2017.
Biometrics Livestock: necklaces with GPS, RFID and biometrics can automatically identify and transmit vital information about livestock in real time.
Scientifically feasible in 2017; current principal and financially viable in 2020.
Sensors crops: instead of fertilization prescription before application field, crop sensors high resolution inform application equipment necessary correct amounts. Drones or optical sensors are able to identify the health of the crop across the field (for example using infrared light).
Scientifically feasible in 2015; mainstream in 2018; and financially viable in 2019.
Sensors health infrastructure: Can be used for monitoring vibration and physical conditions in buildings, bridges, factories, farms and other infrastructure. Along with a smart grid, these sensors could feed information back to crucial equipment maintenance or robots.
Scientifically feasible in 2021.

Precision agriculture: management of agriculture based on observation (and respond to) the intra-field variations. With satellite imagery and advanced sensors, farmers can optimize the profitability of inputs, preserving resources increasingly large scales. Further understanding of the variability of crops, geo-meteorological data and precise sensors should enable better decision making and automated techniques complementary planting.
Scientifically feasible in 2019; mainstream in 2023; and financially viable in 2024.
Swarms of robotic farm: The hypothetical combination of tens or hundreds of agricultural robots with thousands of microscopic sensors, which together would monitor, predict, cultivating crops and extract land almost without human intervention. Small-scale implementations are already on the horizon.
Scientifically feasible in 2023; current principal and financially viable in 2026.
Closed Ecological Systems: Ecosystems that are not based on the exchange of matter outside the system. These ecosystems closed theoretically transform waste products into oxygen, food and water to support life forms inhabiting the system. These systems already exist in small scales, but existing technological limitations prevent them from climbing.
Scientifically feasible in 2015; mainstream in 2020; and financially viable in 2021.
Synthetic Biology: Synthetic biology is about the biology of programming using standardized parts as one computer programs using standardized libraries today. Includes comprehensive redefinition and expansion of biotechnology, with the ultimate goal of being able to design, build and repair biological systems engineering process information, handling chemicals, construction materials and structures, produce energy, provide food, and maintain and improve human health and our environment.
Scientifically feasible in 2013; mainstream in 2023; and financially viable in 2024.
Vertical farms.
Vertical farming: A natural extension of urban agriculture, vertical farms would cultivate the plant and animal life within skyscrapers dedicated or mixed-use urban environments. Using similar techniques glass houses, vertical farms could increase natural light using energy efficient lighting. The advantages are numerous, including crop production throughout the year, weather protection, support urban food autonomy and reduced transportation costs.
The DAC is organized into 27 divisions and has five affiliated offices and twenty subordinate offices, spread throughout the country for coordination with agencies statewide and implementation of projects of central sectors in their respective fields.
In addition, two companies of the Public Sector nine autonomous bodies, ten cooperative organizations national Level and authority are functioning under the administrative control of the Department. Some of the agricultural job links are given below.

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