Automating rice-transplanting was considered a particular challenge, but my machine has released the Agri automatic Rice-Transplanter, the world’s first machine that can do the job automatically without an operator on board. This machine carries on the africa rice farming tradition of “beautiful planting” while also providing “expert full-field planting” that saves farmers both effort and labor. Seeing the development of the Agri automatic Rice-Transplanter as another step forward in smart farming, our machine is aiming toward further improvements in its technologies. Rice cultivation is one of the commercial food crops and a staple diet for around half the world’s population. Rwanda is among the producers of rice and contributes about of world production. Agriculture is the backbone of India’s economy and over 58% of the rural sector still depends on agriculture as their major source of livelihood . Annual yield worldwide is approximately. However, a recent survey has shown a significant decline in the production of paddy in rural areas because of the cost of cultivation and labour problems. To compound the problem, most of the farmers in rural areas still follow traditional methods of planting and harvesting which leads to several postural issues for the farm-hands. It takes 2 weeks for 40 people to plant 35 acres of land with a work-hour of 7.5 hr /day. To compound to the long hours, employees work in a slouching position in the fields.