In recent years, aquaculture, also known as fish farming or aquafarming, has become one of the fastest growing food production practices, producing fresh seafood for markets around the globe without putting a strain on natural fish populations.
Agriculture industry leaders are familiar with impending water shortages and the increasing emphasis on finding ways to better manage farming's most important resource. Water usage, distribution, and effects on agricultural outputs are central to their concerns.
A growing trend toward data-driven precision agriculture has been identified among farmers across the country. Many growers have begun adopting specific precision agriculture techniques and are leveraging big data solutions to obtain qualitative and quantitative data in order to increase their yield and make improved decisions regarding land management.