Smart agriculture practices can help towards a better adaption and mitigation of the climate change impacts while at the same time increasing food production.
Smart agriculture practices can help towards a better adaption and mitigation of the climate change impacts while at the same time increasing food production. Natural resources (e.g. land, water, soil) can be better managed with the use of new technologies, which can play a crucial role for agriculture making it less dependent on unexpected or harmful environmental variations.
What we measure?
- Soil Moisture Monitoring
- Soil Temperature Levels
- Leaf Wetness
- Solar Radiation
- Water Level Metering
- Weather Metrics Air Temperature, Wind Speed & Direction
- Pest Monitoring
- Dendro-metering (Trunk-Fruit-Stem Diameter)
- Relative Humidity
- Barometric Pressure
Smart agriculture as an artificial intelligent tool allows the farmer to manage the natural resources more efficient. With access on real time data, farmers are quipped with the knowledge required to irrigate, fertilize, sowing and harvest on time.
Integration of different sensors contribute to the monitoring and measuring of various parameters associated with weather conditions, radiation levels, soil humidity, fertilizer presence, etc.
Provided Solutions & Benefits
- Improves agricultural productivity
- More efficient control of crop growth
- Preventing crop damages due to advserse weather conditions
- Better management
- Cost Savings
- Reduction in water and fertilizers