We have always wanted to decipher the matrix behind high-stakes economic sectors, and how they tie into global-scale industries.
With today’s market being so fluid, a one-trick pony kind of approach will simply fail. It’s all about adapting and figuring out how different cogs link to each other in the grand scheme of things. Businesses who invest in this kind of knowledge, have the biggest profit margins in their operations. Hard-to-reach insights go hand in hand with high-stakes decision making. And we’ve never said no to breaking the market in pieces of information while finding the best performing blueprint for maximum profits.
Perhaps one of the most innovative pieces of the digital transformation is the ability to use machine learning and advanced analytics to mine data for trends. This can start way before the planting of the seed, with plant breeders.
Using the integrative approach to adapt to Revolution 4.0 combines many subjects into single path. The idea behind the theory is that companies receive maximum benefits by adapting to 4.0 and acquiring skills in more than one area in the same time-frame.
Cutting-edge technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Autonomus and Blockchain, Drones and Crop Monitoring, Machine Learning and Analytics, IoT, Sensors and Tracking are shaping the Primary Sector.
Revolution 4.0 requires whole-of-business approach to be successful. Much like using robots and artificial intelligence in other industries, robotics within agriculture would improve productivity and would result in higher and faster yields. It can reduce agrochemical use by 90%.