Farming has evolved from being considered a primitive occupation into an industry driven by data and modern technologies. Surprised? Don’t be! A farmer today can easily manage acres and acres of crops from his laptop and even map the entire farm on his smartphone. Yes, agriculture is going through radical technological changes. Farmers are starting to use guidance systems to determine the position of their tractors. They use smart devices to turn on and switch off sprinklers, yield monitors to measure harvest volumes, soil moisture sensors, soil density sensors, infrared crop health sensors and a lot more. In the future, smart farming technologies, coupled with data driven precision agriculture, will enable farmers to reduce costs as well as maximise yields and profits. Unmanned Aerial Vehicles will enable farmers to map their operations in real time. This complex assimilation of smart technologies and data driven decisions is known as Precision Agriculture. The popularity this new benchmark is gaining is staggering. Today, tractor manufacturers are incorporating Global Navigation Systems and a variety of other sensors into their models. Gone are the days of labour- intensive farming.