Paper Title : Smart Agri Goods Transportation with Daily Market Price
ISSN : 2394-2231
Year of Publication : 2021
Authors: Anil Kumar Gupta , Prof. Digambar Jadhav , Snehal Jadhav , Tanuja Bhagat , Sonali Mundkar , Rahul Kumar Singh
MLA Style: Anil Kumar Gupta , Prof. Digambar Jadhav , Snehal Jadhav , Tanuja Bhagat , Sonali Mundkar , Rahul Kumar Singh " Smart Agri Goods Transportation with Daily Market Price " Volume 8 - Issue 1 January-February , 2021 International Journal of Computer Techniques (IJCT) ,ISSN:2394-2231 , www.ijctjournal.org
APA Style: Anil Kumar Gupta , Prof. Digambar Jadhav , Snehal Jadhav , Tanuja Bhagat , Sonali Mundkar , Rahul Kumar Singh " Smart Agri Goods Transportation with Daily Market Price " Volume 8 - Issue 1 January-February , 2021 International Journal of Computer Techniques (IJCT) ,ISSN:2394-2231 , www.ijctjournal.org
Technological significance has been an important boost to the decision-making process in different fields, especially in agriculture. Because of an absence of awareness about agriculture and environmental change, agricultural growth has been under development for the past few years. the primary objective of this organization is to keep farmers notified. The study used a computer research modelling methodology to gather knowledge from farmers about their e- commerce skills. Agriculture constitutes the stage for promoting the sale of agricultural goods. Participation in e- commerce activities requires that both buyers and sellers have ingress to the Internet. The objective of product traceability is to furnish all stakeholders involved in the manufacturing and distribution process with clear guarantees and to eliminate faulty goods from the markets rapidly in to minimize the unfavourable effects on end consumers and also to prevent customers from delivering healthier products. The system will also improve the confidence of end-customers in products and establish a trustworthy relationship between customers and producers. And waste/extra food disposal is allocated to deprived NGOs in the various functions of the remainder of food e-Agriculture. To gather information from farmers about their e-commerce abilities, the study used a computer research modelling approach. e-Agriculture applications, such as precision agriculture and agricultural e-commerce, will only operate in a zone where large ICT infrastructure exists. Precision farming requires costly, complicated technologies are feasible only in intensive agricultural systems. Product traceability aims to provide transparent assurances to all parties involved in the production and distribution process and to quickly withdraw defective goods from the markets to reduce adverse effects on end-customers and also to deter customers from supplying healthier products. And for the different purposes of the unused food, the deprived NGOs are provided with waste/extra food disposal.
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