The diversity of technology has made it possible to alter devices and software to suit any need and solve several problems through the various applications of one invention. In this way, sensors now form an essential part of the development of agricultural technology and tools which are used to improve the production and success of farms around the world.
Air, soil and light sensors have been developed to monitor the conditions and movement of these variables in relation to crop farming. Multispectral sensors scan the air above the farm by being attached to a drone that moves through the area in the sky in order to monitor potential threats in the air. Climate sensors analyze smaller aspects of weather changes that could influence the growth of crops. Remote soil sensors are used to observe the level of pH in soil or ground on a farm and ensure that various crops are planted in their best soil conditions. Livestock farmers can even monitor their cows through a collar fixed with motion sensors and a microphone to ensure the health and safety of the animals at any given moment.
This invention came about as a means of creating better crop farming, and in doing so has contributed to better capabilities in feeding the growing population. Farms can be prepared to impeccable conditions that nurture crops of all types and monitor their growth throughout the season. The ability to see and known facts that a human eye would never be able to spot is where the genius of this invention lies. This eliminates past issues like unpredicted weather changes, irregular chemicals in soil and even the safety of the air around crops and livestock alike. With these phenomenal sensors readily available, the future can only produce better farming efficiency.