Modern Agriculture has witnessed sea changes due to the ubiquitous technological applications, thus the role of engineers has become vital in addition to the agriculture scientists, whilst improving the sustainable production and productivity.
A Minor in Agriculture for engineering undergraduates will help in understanding the field practices and required technological interventions. For instance, applications of Artificial Intelligence, IoT are the basis in precision farming, whereas Data Science helps in designing various cropping models. Urban Horticulture underpins with the concept of growing chemical residue free foods around us and the inevitability of mechanization in agriculture reiterates the role of engineers.
A promising career in a relatively underexploited field
A future leader in contract farming with a well versed knowledge in agriculture and engineering
Growing your own food crops in an urban set up using roof top garden, vertical garden, hydroponics
Developing new devices such as soil and water quality probes
Understanding high-tech crop production systems such as Polyhouses, Greenhouses, shaded nets
Developing new digital devices, probes for assessing soil health and applications in detection and spread of pests and diseases using image analysis
|Course No.||Course Title|
|3||Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Agriculture|
|4||High-tech crop production systems|
|5||Mechanization in Agriculture|
|Dr. M.V.S. Sreekanth Reddy||Associate Professor, School of Agricultureemail@example.com||7995920917|