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Precision Agriculture.

With the availability of increasingly less expensive, and more powerful, sensor and analytics our technologies can help farmers to watch over their terrain more effectively.Farmers can have a much more thorough understanding of what’s happening on their land without having to go out and visit each acre each day.
Weather predication
90% of all crop losses are due to weather. With Our IoT platform that can integrate IoT and weather data, farmers would be able to build predictive weather modeling. It can provide the insights that help farmers to make strategic decisions on planting crops and take necessary actions to prevent the damage caused by extreme weather. With weather data, farmers can even build advanced irrigation systems to save water and prevent pesticide waste by predicting rain..
Plant and field real-time monitoring
Our IoT platform can integrate drone imagery and sensor data from soil and environment sensors. The insights generated from that data can help farmers make better decisions and therefore drive high performance.This solution can monitor the plant environment 24/7 in real-time, analyzing drone aerial imagery and sensor data from soil and environment, getting information such as plant health, soil moisture, CO2, sunlight, rainfall, air, humidity and more. It helps farmers to improve crop productivity and operational efficiency by taking strategic actions guided by these insights..
Food safety and supply chain management
We are aiming to help farmers use data to make precise decisions from planting, growing, harvesting, to transporting food. The ability to monitor and track the route of food delivery can not only save food waste but enable food safety. Up to 40% of food is wasted, which is estimated to cost approximately $165 billion each year. And 50%of the food waste happens during distribution. To define the best route to transport food with the information of weather and all environmental conditions is a critical step to prevent food waste. Moreover, food companies now monitor the production and delivery process to control the quality of food. People can know where their food came from due to the transparent food supply chain..
The future of the agricultural industry
Smart agriculture has been identified as the top ranked opportunity in 2016 Global Opportunity Report. The farmers and stakeholders in the ecosystem are encouraged to implement advanced technologies to use the resources efficiently and optimize yield.The acceleration of advanced technologies and innovation are transforming the agriculture industry.We can fight the food shortage together and create a sustainable future for the next generation with the Internet of Things..
Optimizing planting, harvesting and distribution.

With precision agriculture, control centers collect and process data in real time to help farmers make the best decisions with regard to planting, fertilizing and harvesting crops. Sensors placed throughout the fields are used to measure temperature and humidity of the soil and surrounding air. In addition, pictures of fields are taken using satellite imagery and robotic drones.

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The future of precision agriculture.

Reviously, precision agriculture technologies were used by larger companies as it requires a robust IT infrastructure and resources to do the monitoring. However, with the use of mobile devices and crowd sourcing to optimize their own agriculture - A farmer could take a picture of a crop with his phone and upload it to a database where an expert could assess the maturity of the crop based on its coloring and other properties. People could provide their own reading on temperature and humidity and be a substitute for sensor data if none is available.