The Cyber-Agricultural System (CAS) Represents an overarching Framework of Agriculture that Leverages Recent Advances in Ubiquitous Sensing, Artificial Intelligence, Smart Actuators, and Scalable Cyberinfrastructure (CI) in Both Breeding and Production Agriculture. We Discuss the Recent Progress and Perspective of the Three Fundamental Components of CAS – Sensing, Modeling, and Actuation – and the Emerging Concept of Agricultural Digital Twins (DTs). We Also Discuss How Scalable CI is Becoming a Key Enabler of Smart Agriculture. in This Review We Shed Light on the Significance of CAS in Revolutionizing Crop Breeding and Production by Enhancing Efficiency, Productivity, Sustainability, and Resilience to Changing Climate. Finally, We Identify Underexplored and Promising Future Directions for CAS Research and Development.
S. Sarkar and B. Ganapathysubramanian and A. Singh and F. Fotouhi and S. Kar and K. Nagasubramanian and G. Chowdhary and S. K. Das and G. Kantor and A. Krishnamurthy and N. Merchant and A. K. Singh, "Cyber-Agricultural Systems for Crop Breeding and Sustainable Production," Trends in Plant Science, Cell Press, Jan 2023.
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cyber-agricultural systems; cyberinfrastructure; digital twins; precision agriculture; smart farming; ubiquitous sensing
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