The 10 advantages of digital innovation in agriculture

All innovations scare us at first, but today can you imagine a life without a microwave oven or a mobile phone?

Technology is a support for life and the activities we do and will continue to do on a daily basis, just in a slightly simpler way.

Safeguarding quality and product safety.
The integration of digital tools allows complete traceability of products, ensuring their quality and safety according to the highest recognised standards.

Countering the threat of climate change.
Constant and accurate monitoring of crop health and forecasting tools allow targeted action to be taken and prevent damage caused by adverse events.

Process optimisation.
The use of a smart farming platform helps us to manage all the stages of the supply chain and all the actors in it, making the supply chain more reliable.

Data valorisation.
Thanks to technology, everyone can benefit from the data that is produced by the actions that are carried out on a daily basis and receive key information on their work and production.

Doing more with less.
Thanks to technology, it is possible to carry out targeted actions that lead to a net increase in crop yield, improving overall production capacity by up to 20%.

Protecting water.
Analysis of soil water availability and proper irrigation management can be easily managed thanks to field sensors and satellite monitoring.

Soil health.
Technology enables optimised management of agricultural practices to improve soil nutrition, fertility and water retention, limiting the rate of soil erosion.

Sustainability of the planet.
The future of agriculture is linked to environmental sustainability and rationalisation of resources. The use of digital monitoring tools facilitates the adoption of responsible agricultural practices.

Improving working conditions.
The use of a smart farming platform, which can be fully integrated, simplifies daily work, reducing the hours spent in the field by scheduling only those activities that are really necessary.

Cost savings.
Agriculture 4.0 has a positive impact on farm profitability by increasing productivity and reducing costs by limiting the use of all resources including fuel and energy.