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The future of weather forecasting

Apart from predicting weather,algorithms can be used to scan satellite images to automatically derive plant count and production estimates

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Indian Meteorological Department | IMD | weather forecasts

Pranjal Sharma 



Pranjal Sharma

Predicting weather accurately doesn’t just help our daily lives but has deeper impact for food security and disaster management. Good news for monsoon-dependent India is that we are getting better at predicting. New technologies, such as Internet of Things (IoT) and (AI) are helping meteorological experts to give better information to predict agricultural output and natural disasters.

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First Published: Thu, June 11 2020. 23:09 IST

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