Science Fiction as Reality: The Internet of Things and Its Impact on Subrogation [Property Casualty 360]

Farmers tend to their crops by considering factors such as temperature, humidity, chemical levels and the impact of rodents and insects, but the methods of monitoring and responding to these core concepts have evolved. Farmers, like the rest of us, want to work efficiently and cost effectively. Thus, they are using agriculture-monitoring devices to handle these tasks and determine when to water, when to cover their crops and when to till their soils.

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