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Paper Title :
Robotics for Corporate Farming

Author :Kiran Kulkarni, Pryank Nahar, Dharmesh Bhavsar

Article Citation :Kiran Kulkarni ,Pryank Nahar ,Dharmesh Bhavsar , (2021 ) " Robotics for Corporate Farming " , International Journal of Electrical, Electronics and Data Communication (IJEEDC) , pp. 1-3, Volume-9,Issue-5

Abstract : In old time Indian says that Farming is best, Business is the second, and Service sector is third but with the time this sequence is completely reversed. We know very well some land is reserved for forest, some for industrial development, and some covered with water and mountains. Very less land remains for agriculture. As population increases very less agricultural land is available per head which is not profitable. To overcome this problem only one ray of hope is to shift towards Corporate Farming. This is possible only if farmers give their land to big companies to process and allow selling the products. It is well known that company must be Indian and made by farmers so that our money remains in our country. It is not compulsory for farmers but optional one. The farmer’s remains owner and get returns time to time. It is also possible that farmers get service and salary in their own farm more important they get is the assurance &stability to their life. To make the corporate farming effective the robots along with the similar products that work with robot play very important role also known as robotic farming. Near about 250 years completed for the Industrial revolution. Farmers want their work to be easy, comfortable, manageable, accurate and with greater speed. Yes, “Nowtime comes to make this really happen with robotics”. As we know that robots are automatic, multifunctional, reprogrammable, that carries any kind of heavy material from one place to another place Robots works on the instruction given by instructor. Anyrobot is made by Actuator, Power Unit, and Control Unit, different kinds of Sensors, Manipulators; and Software which all work together. 90 % industries are automated and use robotic technology now we try to use them in farm as a helping hand for farmers. Keywords - Harvester, Sensor, Manipulator, Drone, Humidity

Type : Research paper

Published : Volume-9,Issue-5


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