Connected farming and intelligent supply chains leverage smart sensing technologies to deliver more productive and sustainable agriculture. IoT smart agriculture enables precision farming through data driven resource optimisation and management.
Smart farming currently relies on satellite, existing terrestrial or mobile network connectivity for transform of data from smart sensors. This means coverage over remote farming areas is often patchy and the data charges incurred can be significant. IpinfraIOT’s IoT smart agriculture solution is a cost effective solution for farmers that can be easily deployed with little configuration.
IpinfraIOT offers robust sensors that can withstand harsh weather conditions making them a practical and hardy option. With the ability to run independent of electricity for years and long distance data transmission, these sensors also boast versatility.
Area of Application
There is a wide range of IoT applications in the agriculture sector and people no longer wonder why IoT in agriculture is of such importance. IoT-based smart agriculture frameworks enhance highly transparent farming that positively influences various agricultural practices. IoT in agriculture allows farmers to control their raising livestock farming routines more effectively through agricultural drones, control systems, and other agricultural land applications of IoT. Smart farming solutions help farmers produce clean, sustainable crops in both complex and small spaces. IoT smart farming systems are fully capable of monitoring agricultural lands using sensors. IoT in agriculture can measure everything necessary to grow crops such as soil moisture, heat, pH, etc., and automate water supply, giving all the necessary resources for the establishment of a smart irrigation system. With precision agriculture technologies, agriculture IoT companies will be able to have soil and field analysis without a need for manual intervention.
Precision agriculture is already being used by many farmers in various parts of the world. By using sensors to monitor weather and crops, IoT can help farmers identify problems early and make better decisions based on data collected. For instance, IoT in agriculture will help farmers monitor and track livestock health through the use of wireless sensors and variable rate technology and as a result relay the data to other devices. Such applications of IoT will help them identify quick wins and improve efficiency and yield.