Smart farming is practicing the agriculture with the use of modern technology, while reducing the cost and harm to nature. The rising concern of pollution due to excess use of fertilizers has led the users to move towards the smart agriculture, which has boosted the global market.

GNSS devices, together with environmental sensors, network elements, smart detection systems and others, are recognized key elements to base future applications and systems that, in turn, will guide the global market of smart farming.

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