Blockchain is in a slump, with almost half its 2018 market value wiped out in 2020. But the silver lining in that downfall has been the resiliency of industrial applications, not least in the agri-food market, which has dominated blockchain success stories.
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Instead of spending a whole day to do seeding in one hectare, drone seeding for the same area can be completed in just 30 minutes at a far cheaper cost.
The future is digital, even in farming, according to Sen. Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan.
Ground-based sensor-based systems are more insightful and cost-effective for focusing solely on monitoring soil under the crops and animal behavior.