Smart Farming AgTech

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Smart farming uses agriculture technology (agtech) to improve and optimise agricultural operations, increasing the overall quality and quantity of agricultural products. IoT smart farming technologies in particular can have the greatest impact in enhancing productivity for farmers and growers.

IoT sensors and GPS devices are used in smart farming to track and monitor several vital agricultural components:

  • Soil Moisture
  • Temperature and Humidity
  • Water Tank Levels
  • Vibration
  • Co2
  • Livestock
  • Beehives
  • Equipment and more

Affordable LPWAN platforms such as Sigfox and LoRa are making smart farming technologies more accessible, giving farmers and agronomists valuable data that helps manage assets, crop rotations, planting plans, fertiliser spread and generally optimising activities to cut costs and improve yields.



Our range of battery powered IoT sensor and devices are ultra-reliable, weatherproof (waterproof and UV resistant), and long lasting, with our SensorData lasting up to 10 years with once daily reporting, or up to 3 years with hourly reporting.

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  • Soil moisture monitoring for improved water management and crop yield
  • Managing tank levels
  • Weather stations to record and analise weather patterns and prevailing conditions for farm activities
  • Worker safety (particularly lone and remote workers) 
  • Identifying temperature and humidity trends 
  • Livestock monitoring and management
  • Asset management
  • Beehive health
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