GPS for Agriculture

To optimize the fieldwork and to achieve growth in productivity.

GPS for Agriculture

Usage of GPS in the Agriculture Fieldwork

Usage of GPS in the Agriculture

How GPS technology support Agricultural Farming?

Precision Plowing

GPS technology is making ploughing easier for farmers along with modern technology and automated steering systems. GPS system helps agricultural fieldwork for farmers to place furrows in the cropping field with greater accuracy.

Planting and Fertilization

Once the field is ploughed, GPS technology helps to place seeds precisely within the created furrows. By using the technology the farmers save time and reduce seed wastage. The fertilisation process is done on similar lines of seed sowing using a GPS system

Field Mapping

In the agriculture field, the farmers rely on visual cues to determine the boundaries, which is hectic and tedious. GPS technology makes the work simpler as it assists the farmers to overcome the challenges faced in the fields.


To achieve a profitable farming business the resources should be properly used for better productivity and reduce wastages. GPS system supports the farmers in various cost-effective ways to improve the process in the planting, harvesting and cropping.

Yield Monitoring Systems

GPS technology can also well be used to monitor the yields in agricultural farmland. The yield monitoring system will help to assess the harvested weight of the crop.

Role of GPS in Agriculture

Wet Spots Agriculture

Weet Spots

Farmers can map the farm boundaries to improve the drainage facility better to the agriculture produce.
Weed Handling

Weed Handling

Boundaries can be mapped using the GPS system for better management of insecticide or herbicide applications. Based on the weed problem the farmers can prioritize their insecticide spraying.


These can be identified before ploughing the field using the tractor to avoid damages in fields

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