As land is limited and the population is growing at an alarming rate, so this situation has put a lot of pressure on agri-food system. Since, traditional methods of farming are inefficient to fulfill the increasing demand; therefore, agricultural automation becomes essential to overcome this challenge. Digital technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), drones, robotics, remote sensing, blockchain technology, internet of things (IoT), etc., are widely used in agriculture and allied sectors for crop and soil health monitoring, aerial imaging, bio-tagging of livestock, etc. Digitalization will act as a transformative wheel for agri-food system, value chains, and for livestock sector as well. Thus, digitalization in agriculture has the potential to revolutionize agricultural automation in the near future.