Published June 4, 2024 | Version v1
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Exploring Trends and Challenges in Technological Innovation: A Bibliometric Analysis in Agriculture


This research aims to analyze the trends in research topics related to the use of technological innovation in the agricultural sector. The data for this study comes from the Scopus database (2024), comprising 277 documents analyzed. The analysis method used in this research is bibliometrics, facilitated by Bibliometrix and Vosviewer software. The findings indicate that research on technological innovation began to rise in 2016, with a focus on various sectors, including agriculture and digital agriculture, since 2020. The primary emphasis has been on improving efficiency, productivity, and sustainability in the agricultural sector. However, challenges such as technology adoption, data management, and workforce training still remain.

The use of innovative technologies is critical for addressing global challenges like climate change, food scarcity, and social inequality. Collaboration between government, research institutions, and industry is essential to explore the potential of these technologies. This research also highlights the importance of prioritizing and developing technology-related topics, identifying areas that require more research and development, and understanding the dynamics on the ground. The analysis results of this research provide insights into the developments in agricultural technology innovation that have been carried out by previous studies. Future research could improve methodologies and encourage innovation in environmental issues, including smart agriculture, by focusing on farmers' adaptability to applying such technologies.



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