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BIS Research announces Webinar on Big Data: The Goldmine of Precision Agriculture

BIS Research announces the emerging tech webinar on Big Data: The Goldmine of Precision Agriculture on August 8, 2019 with Maximilian Birle of CNH Industrial N.V at 10:30 AM PDT. During the webinar, insights related to the use cases of big data in agriculture and challenges faced by the farmers, among others.

BIS Research is elated to announce that it is organizing an emerging tech webinar on the ‘Big Data: The Goldmine of Precision Agriculture. The webinar will be conducted on Thursday, August 8, 2019 at 10:30 AM PDT, with guest speaker Mr.

Maximilian Birle, Head of Product Management, CNH Industrial N.V. The key points to be discussed during the webinar include insights about the adoption scenario of big data in agriculture, impact of big data, challenges faced by farmers in adopting data-driven practices and understanding how companies are planning to tackle it.

The rising population growth and climatic changes are driving the need for effective farming practices worldwide. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of United Nations, by 2050 the global population is expected to be more than 9.5 billion.

Moreover, issues such as over-irrigation, over-fertilization, and depleting arable land, are further intensifying the problem of food insecurity. As a result, there has been an increased adoption of automated solutions in farming practices over the years.

Register for Webinar: zoom.us/webinar…P74d0Ktiyg

The advent of big data in agriculture offers an opportunity to efficiently manage farm activities by improving productivity through weather forecasting, real-time optimization, automated systems, and mobile-based information. Rising interest in big data amongst the agricultural machinery vendors, such as AGCO Corporation, Deere & Company, CLAAS, Kubota Corporation, and CNH Industrial, has been a major trend in the market.

Moreover, players including agri-input giants, such as DuPont, Syngenta, Bayer AG, and BASF SE, are also focusing on incorporating data analytics and farm management systems in their product offerings.

Emerging agriculture technology providers such as The Climate Corporation, Farmer’s Edge, Mavrx, Ignitia, and My Smart Farm are developing cutting-edge digital solutions for assessing weather conditions, data aggregation of farm inputs, and estimation of crop damage. With further advancement in technology and growing awareness amongst farmers, big data is definitely the future of intelligent farming.

About BIS Research:

BIS Research is a global B2B market intelligence and advisory firm focusing on those emerging technological trends which are likely to disrupt the dynamics of the market.

With over 150 market research reports published annually, BIS Research focuses on high technology verticals such as 3D Printing, Advanced Materials and Chemicals, Aerospace and Defense, Automotive, Healthcare, Electronics and Semiconductors, Robotics and UAV, and other emerging technologies.

Our in-depth market intelligence reports focus on the market estimations, technology analysis, emerging high-growth applications, deeply segmented granular country-level market data, and other important market parameters useful in the strategic decision-making for senior management.

What distinguishes BIS Research from the rest of the players is that we don’t merely provide data but also complement it with valuable insights and actionable inputs for the success of our clients.

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