Agriculture has been the core source of support for meeting basic requirements of people in all countries and their economy around the world including India. It has also been a source of employment to the people and enhances the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of India. The phenomenal increase in the population of human beings and animals since from the previous decades and the quick growth in urbanization and industrialization have excessively strained the natural base in which agriculture is included and this has resulted to its faster degradation than before. Consequently, the world’s attention is highly focused on the means of maximizing production to cater to the basic requirements of the increasing population. Therefore, people get involved in identifying ways in which they can produce more and sufficient food in a sustainable manner without affecting the natural base.In this paper, the aim is to evaluate the producer’s perceptions and adoption of technologies involving the internet of things and artificial intelligence in precision farming in accomplishing future goals.
Keywords : Internet-of-Things, Precision-Farming, Technology,Data, Sensors, Mobile-Computing, Cloud Computing.