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Here is why Farmers have started adopting agricultural cameras and monitoring systems in their fields

Very ,very exciting to see that Farmers have started adopting agricultural cameras and monitoring systems in their fields to reduce the use of natural resources and increase the cultivation. For those who are unfamiliar, Agricultural cameras and monitoring systems consist of cameras for surveillance and monitoring systems with sensors to identify the moisture content in soil and weather conditions and make informed decisions. 
Increase in the wages of farm workers, monitoring of weather, upgradation of products with new features, automation of farming practices, and precision farming initiatives are some of the driving factors of the agricultural camera and monitoring system market, according to Technavio Research.

Larger cities and their smaller counterparts in the smart city projects momentum

Steadily, one can observe that, while larger cities are focusing on large-scale deployment of smart city projects and experimental technologies, their smaller counterparts tend to prioritize projects based on more immediate tangible benefits such as cost savings, reduction of carbon footprint, and the overall improvement of quality of life.

Los Angeles, New York, and Chicago as, the Smartest Cities in North America

Steadily, one can observe that, most U.S. States are Embracing Digital Transformation to Shape Smart Cities. In this momentum, Los Angeles, New York, Chicago are the smartest cities in the United States based on a new ABI Research report on Smart Cities in North America. Cities were evaluated across various metrics such as deployment of LED streetlights, smart meters, renewable energy, electric mobility, smart parking, mobility-as-a-service (MaaS), vehicle-to-everything (V2X) technologies, smart waste, and first responder communications.

The most exciting regarding the Enterprise and Consumer Hearables industry

Steadily, one can observe that, vendors are rolling out new multi-functional products.  In effect, from just wireless music players with the ability to take calls, many hearables devices now provide the user with the ability to control the level of ambient noise, with others offering fitness tracking capabilities, information about scheduling, and even real-time language translation.
ABI Research forecasts hearable shipments will top 11 million in 2022, increasing from just 0.6 million in 2017, at a CAGR of more than 75%.