A connected farm has access to real-time data, giving the operator the proper tools to make informed decisions. Improve yields and reduce labor while lowering costs by connecting wireless devices to monitor your crop and assets, allowing you to worry less, reduce labor and grow more.
10 REAL BENEFITS FROM USING IOT SENSORS IN Agriculture & Farm PROJECTS 2023
Real-time monitoring: IoT sensors can be used to monitor various parameters in agriculture and farming in real-time, such as temperature, humidity, soil moisture, and crop growth, allowing for quick identification and correction of problems.
Predictive maintenance: IoT sensors can be used to predict when equipment needs maintenance, reducing downtime and increasing efficiency.
Remote monitoring: IoT sensors can be accessed remotely, allowing for monitoring of agriculture and farming operations from anywhere, at any time.
Irrigation management: IoT sensors can be used to monitor soil moisture levels and optimize irrigation, reducing water consumption and costs.
Precision agriculture: IoT sensors can be used to collect data that can be analyzed to identify patterns and trends in crop growth, which can be used to improve crop yields and quality.
Pest and disease management: IoT sensors can be used to monitor for pests and diseases, allowing for early detection and treatment to prevent crop loss.
Livestock monitoring: IoT sensors can be used to monitor the health and welfare of livestock, allowing for early identification and treatment of health issues.
Weather forecasting: IoT sensors can be used to collect weather data, which can be used to improve weather forecasting and planning for agriculture and farming operations.
Energy management: IoT sensors can be used to monitor and optimize energy consumption in agriculture and farming operations, reducing costs and improving sustainability.
Data analysis: IoT sensors can collect data that can be analyzed to identify patterns and trends in agriculture and farming operations, which can be used to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the operations.
So many things can be tracked and monitored on a farm, but which obvious solutions to deploy first? Precise local weather conditions, especially with climate change, are a must. This impacts the quality of soils, water levels, the life of livestock, and the quality of food. All those can be wirelessly monitored with IoT devices and solutions for better visibility of what’s happening in your farm and consequently reducing your workload and improving your yield.
Access real-time information about rainfall, temperature changes, wind conditions, air pressure, and humidity from your own smart weather station.
Gather real-time information about GPS location, speed, body temperature and stress levels of your livestock.
Sigfox-connected soil monitoring sensors deliver real-time readings of soil temperature, volumetric water content, and air temperature
Always know exactly how much wheat, grain, feed, water and fuel you have on hand. Plan ahead and reduce costly, last-minute orders. Automate refill schedules to never run out of stock again.
Deploy battery-powered wireless sensors in minutes, avoiding costly setup and maintenance to monitor the temperature of remote grain silos and keep tabs on the health of your stock.
Sigfox-ready smart alarms do not rely on electricity or Wi-Fi, so they are simple to install and versatile enough to meet the unique challenges of remote agricultural sites.
Secure your gates and deter livestock thieves with a rugged, tamper-proof device that is intelligent enough to differentiate between human and animal movement.
Reduce excess mortality rates by remotely monitoring the vital statistics of your hives. Deter thieves by monitoring tampering and GPS tracking your beehives.
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