In agriculture, we are proposing solutions to better manage plantations and crops without altering traditional practices, and presenting real-time environmental data on them.
Sometimes the crop’s growth density is low, the cost in water is high, growth can be uneven and unexpected breakdowns can occur. This often makes things difficult.
How does sensor technology improve agriculture?
Thanks collyra, producers are being able to collect real-time data on factors that can affect the quality of plantations during the growing and production processes, including temperature, humidity, CO2, O2, PM, light exposure and many more. This information is sent to the internet for monitoring purposes.