We can use the sensor data from the farm and see what insights we get
Due to the large amount of data, we will need to utilize quantum computing
Carl grow lettuce, tomatoes, avocados, and beets in Michigan. After tracking his sales, he finds that beets grow very well, but don't sell and avocados don't grow very well, but are in high demand.
To help better understand the places of greatest need for his produce, Carl consults Accenture
An analyst at Accenture analyzes what grows best in Carl's area and the demands of different regions to try to determine where best to sell
The QC can first analyze all the sensor data from the farm to empirically distinguish in which environment Carl's crops can grow best
Then, using the QAOA, we can gain insights on which markets to pursue, and the most efficient ways of getting there
After the consolidation of insights by Accenture's analysts, Carl has removed beets from is portfolio, and implemented new processes in avocado growing. He also has begun to sell to companies in Illinois, a potential growth market