Moving Towards new era Agricultural Mechanization/Future Farming - Solis

Moving towards a new era of Agricultural Mechanization/Future of Farming

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Moving towards a new era of Agricultural Mechanization/Future of Farming

Moving towards a new era of Agricultural Mechanization/Future of Farming

Agriculture has become a lot easier with all the technological advancements in place. With the growing population, agriculture has now been mechanized to suit their growing needs. Be it tilling, mowing, sowing or any other task, what took weeks to be done earlier can now be wrapped up in a day or two. With the inception of tractors a few decades ago, farm mechanization is now in its all-time high. Besides
this speeding up of agricultural tasks and the high productivity, the technology used in tractors at current times can do much more.

In recent times, technologies such as GPS, weather tracking, satellite imaging and so on, have brought about automation in farming. There are now driverless tractors that can be operated using mobile apps on a smartphone or other smart devices. The computerized weather modelling, which provides online weather services exclusively for agriculture, has become increasingly sophisticated over time. They provide advanced notice of weather conditions such as hail, frost and the kind, which further enables the farmers to take precautions and mitigate losses.

Satellite imaging allows real-time crop imagery in high resolutions. This enables a farmer to examine crops frequently without even being physically present, which saves a considerable amount of time and money. They are notified about danger thresholds along with appropriate satellite images and can be integrated into crops, soil or water sensors.

Agricultural drones let farmers see their fields from the sky. This bird’s-eye view can reveal many issues such as irrigation problems, soil variation, and pest and fungal infestations. Multispectral images show a near-infrared view as well as a visual spectrum view. The combination shows the farmer the differences between healthy and unhealthy plants, a difference not always clearly visible to the naked eye. Thus, these views can assist in assessing crop growth and production.

Solis Tractors, third largest tractor manufacturing company in India and the sixth largest globally, uses high eng technology in their machineries to suit the demands of future farming. They come in several ranges, each specializing in various technologies such as Hydrostatic Transmission (HST), which enables easy transmission between speeds and high traction. Known to manufacture zero defect products, SOLIS adheres to quality standards and commits to maintain its renowned versatility in performing agricultural as well as maintenance tasks. Be it composed farming, narrowtrack farming or large fields, SOLIS has customized technology for every farm. Intending to become the best agri-tech machinery producing company in the world, their products ensure ease of operation for power productivity.