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Precision Agriculture

Internet of Everything
August 19, 2020

Description

See how Sol-Chip systems are helping a leading winery ensure that their vines live up to their full potential
Wireless Sensors play an important role in today’s agriculture. There is a need to optimize production while minimizing the environmental impact. Sensors make this possible. Sensors help monitor nutrients in the soil, humidity, temp, density of weeds and more. Sensors also help reduce the use of chemicals such as fertilizers and herbicides and yield safer corps.
But sensors often run on batteries and these create a new set of problems. Batteries need to be recharged or replaced, and add to the workload. Large solar panels might interfere with day-to-day operations, break or get stolen.
Sol-Chip's everlasting IoT platform uses compact, embedded panels the require no maintenance. It's long-range two-way wireless communications collects sensory date from the field and allows operating valves or other devices remotely. By receiving real-time data, users can make optimal irrigation and treatment decisions in their fields.

Customer testimonial

See how Sol-Chip systems are helping a leading winery ensure that their vines live up to their full potential