Special Issue "Smart Agricultural Applications with Internet of Things"
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2. School of Engineering, College of Science, University of Lincoln, Lincoln LN6 7TS, UK
Interests: Internet of Things; sensor networks; green computing; cloud and fog computing; fault diagnosis; wireless sensor networks; multimedia communication; middleware; security
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Interests: distributed signal processing; signal processing on graphs; resource allocations and distributed decisions in wireless sensor networks
The third wave of the world’s information industry is coming. The Internet of things and smart agricultural technology have penetrated into various fields of agriculture, and a large number of new technologies, new products, new applications, and new models have emerged. As the focus of the government and enterprises in the agricultural field, the agricultural Internet of things and smart agricultural technology have made great progress.
In order to promote the development and application of smart agriculture and to better serve the modernization of agriculture and rural areas, it is necessary to improve the level of quantification, intelligence, and scientificization of agricultural production; promote the formation and development of industrial systems related to smart agriculture; and to modernize traditional agriculture, which will provide strong support for the transformation and upgrading of agriculture.
This Special Issue aims at providing a forum to present the latest advances on smart agriculture. Authors from both academia and agriculture are welcome to submit their original papers. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Agricultural artificial intelligence;
- Agricultural blockchain;
- Agricultural cloud computing and big data;
- Agricultural Internet of things;
- Agricultural knowledge engineering;
- Agricultural remote sensing;
- Agricultural robots and intelligent equipment;
- Agricultural system simulation;
- Precision agriculture.
The best papers from TeCrop 2019 (http://jlloret.webs.upv.es/tecrop2019/index.html) will be selected for the special issue.
Prof. Dr. Lei Shu
Dr. Sook Yoon
Dr. Edmond Nurellari
Dr. Kai Huang
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