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Agricultural Monitoring System

Solutions based on remote smart sensors to control crop health monitoring indicators and agronomic parameters to optimise integrated farm management and increase crop yield and quality.

IoT sensors to monitor crop health

Our crop monitoring systems for agricultural fields enable producers to monitor the current state of their crops health in real time from any device, facilitating health assessments and subsequent data analysis to improve productivity, reduce product loss and promote energy savings.

It is possible to create a wireless network of agricultural monitoring equipment to control fields and measure variables of interest in agriculture, such as irrigation level detection or water and fertiliser consumption.

IoT Devices for Agriculture

Smart devices that can be configured to meet different crop monitoring needs.

Fully customisable equipment

Unlimited sensors to monitor crop health and connectivity options with different data logger designs to suit the number of sensors required and easy integration with the data viewer.

Quick installation with only 2 screws required.

Thanks to these devices, it is possible to carry out engineering projects for crop automation, such as the automation of irrigation when the relative humidity drops.

Agricultural weather station

Agroclimatic station of compact size and easy installation, designed to monitor environmental parameters such as

  • Air temperature and moisture
  • Atmospheric pressure
  • Wind speed and direction
  • Solar radiation
  • Precipitation

In addition to these meteorological parameters, the agroclimatic station also allows the monitoring of gases such as

Carbon dioxide (CO2), which together with temperature and relative humidity is essential for increasing photosynthetic efficiency and improving crop yields in closed greenhouses.

Tropospheric ozone (O3), which is known to reduce crop yields and reduce disease resistance.

Nitrogen oxides (NOx) and ammonia (NH3), which are emitted from nitrogen fertilisers and manure and can affect plant health and soil quality.

Particulate matter (PM 10 and PM 2.5) from dust, smoke or aerosols, which can affect air quality around crops and damage plant health by blocking stomata and reducing photosynthetic capacity.

Crops monitoring system

Own data analysis platform

A single multi-device viewer collects all the data from the different sensors.

Agricultural monitoring

The data visualisation software is directly accessible via the web with multiple data mining options, such as:

· Statistical data (deviation, minima and maxima).
· Range of variation.
· Current and last values.
· Display of historical data.
· Power supply and network connection status.
· Triggering of alarms on the timeline.

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Multiple power supply options: from connection to the standard power supply network to solar panel or battery with capacity adapted to each project.



Depending on the operational requirements, data is transferred from the gateway to the cloud via WiFi, LoRA or GPRS-LTE using a SIM card.

Robust Design

Robust Design

An IP65 rated case (dustproof and splashproof) makes it perfect for outdoor use.



Satellite positioning via GPS/GLONASS/BEIDU, ideal for monitoring large areas or surveying terrain.

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