Towards an Infrastructure and Architecture of Nanotechnology in Agriculture for Abu Dhabi
Source of Publication
2023 International Conference on Smart Applications, Communications and Networking, SmartNets 2023
Nanotechnology and Nano biosensors in agriculture effectively assess major elements, such as soil Ph, ions sound in the soil, and germination components, crucial in ensuring that the plants have higher germination rates that lead to healthy plants, thus contributing to higher yields. The nano biosensors comprise of three main elements: the probe, Transducer, and detector, which are interconnected to ensure that all information acquired from the target object is processed and interpreted for further decision-making processes. Population in Abu Dhabi is continuously increasing. That is why there is a dire need for the incorporation of new technological innovations to ensure that the agricultural lands can produce higher yields in order to meet the growing food demand. The applicability of the nanotechnology infrastructure in Abu Dhabi will be assessed through qualitative research, where the researcher will assess diverse literature sources as well as views from target respondents. The research process will also lead to possible limitations that will lead to future research suggestions.
Abu Dhabi, food demand, nano biosensors, nanotechnology
Alhameli, Salama; Almazrouei, Amna; Almenhali, Amal; and Shuhaiber, Ahmed, "Towards an Infrastructure and Architecture of Nanotechnology in Agriculture for Abu Dhabi" (2023). All Works. 6085.
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