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IoT Technology Used for Precision Agriculture

Agricultural exports from India is likely to reach USD $60 billion by 2022, because agriculture is the primary source of livelihood for about 58% of India’s population. Total agriculture exports for the year FY19-FY20 stands at USD $22.69 billion. In the developing world, roughly 500 million small farms produce more than 80% of the food consumed. Precision agriculture technology is becoming more widely accessible around the globe. New handheld devices and technology are able to measure plant and soil health, giving farmers the information necessary to accurately calculate fertilizer requirements, water management, and to monitor yield.

COVID-19 Fuels E-Commerce Product Counterfeiting

The Coronavirus pandemic has been disrupting and reshaping everything as it propagates, sales models aren’t an exception. As the restrictions on sales of non-essential goods get relaxed, e-commerce has begun showing impressive growth across the globe as social distancing promises to be the new normal. Though it’s quite early to concede the end of retail,

Consumer Behavior for Electronics Post-COVID

Besides its challenges, the optimist would realize that the COVID, in a way helped individuals in contemplating the necessities of families for a sustainable and connected life. Though consumption patterns are disrupted in unprecedented ways due to pandemic effects, the situation is expected to be on track within months for most except for big-ticket purchases

COVID is Set to Revamp the Work-Life Culture

India, one of the fastest-growing ICT markets are projected to reach $144 billion by 2023, growing at a rate of 7.2% CAGR. Some of the key initiatives such as Digital India, faster adoption of emerging technologies due to its young population are some key factors fostering this growth in this sector.

Supply Chain Management During the COVID Pandemic

Supply chain de-risking has been the highest priority of customers across the globe as disruptions have become commonplace in recent times, especially since the number of online orders and home deliveries has increased due to the Coronavirus outbreak. Real-time monitoring and on-time deliveries are the key metrics for customer satisfaction, as well as for managing supply chain workflow.

RFID Helps Healthcare Industry to Control COVID

The unprecedented pandemic of our times, SARS-CoV-2 or COVID-19 has been giving us unforeseen challenges across the globe, leading to a conscious shift in the way we “think and act” for tasks that we’ve been good at doing even subconsciously. Radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology helps us to control the spread of viruses through touchless data for asset management systems. This solution enables hospitals and medical clinics to maintain a robust and efficient supply chain.

Rapid Development of Ventilators for COVID-19 Patients

In terms of their core function, mechanical ventilators are sophisticated pumps that control the oxygen and/or airflow to and from the patient’s lungs, supporting them while the natural respiratory function deteriorates.

Growing Global Demand for Medical-Grade Power Supplies

The need for well-equipped medical facilities is expanding across the globe due to an increase in chronic and infectious diseases, like the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), along with a growing elderly population.