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In the current hotspot of the Internet of Things and smart agriculture , people in the industry generally believe that with the development of society, traditional agriculture welcomes advanced technologies and production methods such as biotechnology, Internet information technology, and intelligent technology with its honesty and integrity, and continues to innovate Transformation, ushering in a new era of smart agriculture development. Right now, new terms such as information technology, " agricultural Internet", and big data are no strangers to China's agricultural sector. What is the current status of "smart agriculture" in foreign countries? What aspects of foreign agriculture can we learn from in the future to implement modern IoT smart agriculture ?
I. UK-Big data integration precision agriculture :
The British National Agricultural Association called for: first, the government is required to achieve full broadband coverage in rural areas; second, it is required to establish appropriate platforms and channels to summarize and analyze accurate information on agricultural production . Against the backdrop of spending cuts, the British government still allocated £ 12 million for the project in its 2015 spring budget.
2. The United States—Informatization supports agricultural development:
Since the 1990s, the U.S. government has allocated more than 1 billion U.S. dollars each year to construct agricultural information networks for technology promotion and online applications. Rural high-speed Internet access has become increasingly popular. The agricultural information system is becoming more and more perfect, and a large number of agricultural information enterprises have emerged as the times require. These enterprises use the agricultural big data released by the government to analyze and forecast, and provide it to agricultural producers for farm production management and fine farming to improve production efficiency.
Third, France-build a big agricultural data system:
France is the largest agricultural producer in the European Union and the second largest agricultural food exporter in the world. After years of development, the French agricultural information database is now very complete, covering fields such as plantation, fishery, animal husbandry, and agricultural product processing. At the same time, a "big agriculture" data system integrating high-tech research and development, commercial market consulting, legal and policy guarantees, and Internet applications is under construction. Without leaving home, farmers can learn basic agricultural information on the Internet.
Germany-Actively supporting digital agriculture:
According to statistics from the German Machinery and Equipment Manufacturers Association, Germany invested 5.4 billion euros in agricultural technology in 2015. At this year's Hannover Consumer Electronics, Information and Communications Expo, German software supplier SAP introduced a "digital agriculture" solution that can display a variety of production information on the computer in real time, such as what crops are grown on a certain land and crop acceptance With regard to the intensity of light, the distribution of water and fertilizer in the soil, farmers can optimize production according to this, and increase production and income.
China has a long way to go in the development of modern agriculture and the Internet of Things technology . This requires agricultural Internet of Things companies, agricultural companies, and agricultural committees to actively lead the agriculture of various regions on the right track of modernization and intelligence.
September 5, 2016
Chengdu Xinxin Electronic Technology Co., Ltd. Editorial Department
Editor: Little Devil in Gourd