Monday, 14 June 2021

Brazil trialling 5G agriculture with Huawei tech

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Friday 04 December 20

A pilot project at soy farm in Brazil is using 5G to help farmers monitor their crops and respond quickly to any threats

5G’s potential to revolutionise agriculture, through the use of automation, smart sensors, and more, is certainly enormous, but is often overshadowed by more industrial applications, like smart manufacturing or smart ports. Nonetheless, important progress is being made in this crucial industry, with 5G still finding opportunities to demonstrate in the immense value it can create…

5G’s potential to revolutionise agriculture, through the use of automation, smart sensors, and more, is certainly enormous, but is often overshadowed by more industrial applications, like smart manufacturing or smart ports. Nonetheless, important progress is being made in this crucial industry, with 5G still finding opportunities to demonstrate in the immense value it can create…

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