In order to identify the main lines of research in the scope of the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in Agriculture, from 2010 to the present, a research was developed in the Scopus database, from which the bibliometric analysis of 91 articles was carried out using the VOSviewer software version 1.6.14 and the term co-occurrence technique. Two clusters were identified. The first emphasizes the importance of knowledge and the acquisition of skills by farmers. In this context, the use of ICT allows the development of a more sustainable, efficient and innovative Agriculture. The second cluster refers to the “Internet of things” and associates the use of the Internet and other technologies with Agriculture with the following advantages: minimizing the risk in the management of agricultural activities; time and cost savings; increasing productivity of farms; and, reduction of the environmental impact.