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The market growth is primarily attributed to the increasing demand for higher crop yield, the growing penetration of information and communication technology ICT in farming, and the increasing need for climate-smart agriculture. In the coming years, smart farming is projected to create a massive impact on the agricultural economy by bridging the gap between small and large-scale businesses. The trend is not only pertinent in developed countries — developing countries have also realized its immense importance as well. The governments of several countries have also realized the need for, and the advantages of these technologies, and thus, their initiatives to promote precision farming techniques are expected to drive the growth of the market further. However, such revolutionary changes in farming practices not only come with opportunities but also certain challenges which prove to be a restraint in the growth of the market.
Penetration rate of dual/triple/multi camera smartphones worldwide 2016-2019
Jump to navigation. Today, India is one of the world's top destinations for education. With some of the best colleges and universities, it is renowned for its excellence and high standards. What's even more interesting is how technology has advanced rapidly to transform the way students in India consume educational content. Additionally, the penetration of internet-based smartphones is taking quality learning to students across geographies in India.
Roughly four decades after the introduction of the first mobile phone, almost every developed country surveyed has at least 90 percent mobile phone penetration. Mobile has become increasingly pervasive and indispensable, with consumers the world over enthusiastically embracing its potential. Our second edition of the global mobile consumer trends report highlights consumer attitudes towards mobile technology from across a range of developed and developing countries. Emerging markets are surpassing developed markets in device ownership and usage.