Remote Sensing for Agriculture

Remote sensing is the gathering of information about an object or area without coming into physical contact with it. In agriculture, remote sensing is used to gather data about crops, soil, and water. This information can be used to improve yields, conserve resources, and better manage land.

Some of the emerging trends in remote sensing for agriculture include the use of hyperspectral imaging for crop classification and yield estimation, and the use of thermal imaging for irrigation management.

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