Reduce risks and stimulate innovation in agriculture and chemicals
Innovation in Agriculture and Chemicals through digital transformation
In agriculture as well in chemical processes, we see more and more technological innovations and digitization in their most important processes such as improving operations, tackling waste and reducing risks in planning and production. Additionally, a high priority is improving insight into customer needs and to provide better service experiences. Both sectors are moving from supply-driven to demand-driven production strategies.
Smart companies use data analysis, IoT and other intelligence that when brought together provide predictive insights that let companies offer specifically tailored services. Think of better product and formula management, calculation of the environmental footprint, multi-channel distribution and sales and demand-driven logistics.
Future-proof companies must innovate rapidly to stay ahead of the pack, driven by global demand, trends in the market, but also complex and everchanging legislation and regulations. How is your company performing in these areas? Is it your time to leverage the power of digital?
3 Data Pillars make the difference in agriculture and chemicals
Customers expect increasing transparency about where their food and products are sourced. Where and how they were produced. Technology such as ERP, IoT sensors, RFID and smart labelling assist in making this manageable.
Big data & Ai
An example in farming, to manufacture smarter and more efficiently, data analytics and AI are being used for soil monitoring, weather tracking and crop analysis.
Smart technology and data can stimulate new more sustainable production methods. Think of vertical farming and other sustainable agriculture systems using less land, water and chemicals to produce more with a smaller environmental impact..