is the logical evolution of Precision Farming. Within arable farming, this covers all management methods that take into account the small-scale differences such as soil types within a single field. While precision farming is focused on the technology for precise application, the emphasis of smart farming is on information-guided crop production.
provide an overview, show patterns and allow an estimation of the heterogeneity within fields. Thus, these images can support farmers in their decision-making processes.
Satellite data can be used to perform a crop vigor analysis for each field to determine the potential of the location. This makes it possible to estimate the economic advantages of future site-specific management.