Smart Agriculture

Smart agriculture is concerned with regulating field variability in order to increase crop production, productivity, and agricultural input consumption.


Modern-day concerns such as hunger and food security can be addressed with IoT technology linked to agricultural crops.

The amount of measurements that sensors can perform, as well as the capabilities of prediction and management systems, entice farm owners and managers. The use of technology in agriculture to make tasks easier and improve outcomes. Advances in technology and science have given farmers tools to improve their production and profits. Smart sensors can monitor spraying rates or seed drilling accuracy. Networked computers can now gather and compare data. Smart Farming can be seen as a continuation of a process that is as old as agriculture itself.

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Applications of IoT technology in the Agriculture


  • Non-contact surface temperature measurement SI-411
  • Leaf and flower bud temperature SF-421
  • Soil oxygen level SO-411 and SO-421
  • Solar radiation (shortwave, PAR and UV): SP-510, SQ-100x and SU-202
  • Air temperature, humidity and pressure
  • Volumetric water content and soil temperature TEROS 11
  • Conductivity, water content and soil temperature TEROS 12
  • Soil water potential TEROS 21
  • Soil water potential MPS-6
  • Vapor pressure, humidity, temperature and air pressure sensor probe (Meter ATMOS 14)
  • Leaf wetness
  • Trunk, stem and fruit diameter: DC3, DD-S and DF


  • Real time information for daily monitoring even in isolated locations
  • Ultraviolet radiation, photosynthetic active radiation (PAR), shortwave radiation
  • 4 accurate weather stations to choose
  • High quality sensors
  • Electrical conductivity
  • Volumetric water content
  • Soil water potentials
  • Oxygen levels

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