The Indian government and the start-up players have planned to improve and work on agriculture and explore the Farming-as-a-Service (FaaS), which can bring out solutions. FaaS is a technique of making farming equipment or services more of an understandable and affordable process.
They can provide farming equipment at an affordable price, to ensure the production of the crops. There are a few innovative and successful start-ups. The start-ups have excelled and also been admired by the farmers.
What’s Cooking: Digital Transformation of the Agrifood System, is a roadmap for agriculture’s digital future from the World Bank, explores how digital technologies are improving the food system, and provides guidelines for countries to scale up their own digital agriculture, which is the use of digital technologies in the agriculture and food system.
The roadmap for agriculture’s digital future tries to solve challenges as important as:
Without a strong technological infrastructure equally available to all, it is possible that the changes discussed here could lead to a deepening of the divide between the haves and have nots. Farmers who have the means and wherewithal to invest in new technology will have easier access to crucial information and markets.
And there is also a concern that those who develop, own, and operate digital solutions may try to keep the knowledge, power, and revenue generated for themselves.
Saudi Arabia is setting its sights on becoming the world’s largest supplier of the $700 Billion Hydrogen Market. The kingdom is building a $5 billion plant to make green fuel for export and lessen the country’s dependence on petrodollars.
The world’s biggest crude exporter doesn’t want to cede the burgeoning hydrogen business to China, Europe or Australia and lose a potentially massive source of income
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