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Weather monitoring for precision agriculture

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Automatic weather stations (AWS) for precision agriculture

In order to have detailed, real-time information on weather conditions and other agro-meteorological data, Envira has designed these wireless agricultural weather stations that allow you to make informed decisions in agricultural management.

These agro-meteorological stations allow us to have information on fundamental meteorological parameters in precision agriculture and to carry out actions such as:

· Temperature and relative humidity monitoring.
· Wind speed and direction measurement.
· Atmospheric pressure monitoring.
· Solar radiation (UV) measurement.
· Rainfall monitoring.

Thanks to their compact and portable design, these agrometeorological systems can be linked together to form an IoT Sensor Network that collects weather data over large areas of land.

Weather monitoring system for agriculture

The sensor network makes it possible to capture relevant variables on climatology through the wireless agro-meteorological stations, data that are transmitted to the proprietary visualisation and analysis platform that facilitates the reception, organisation and exploitation of the data.

Agro-meteorological stations network

The data can be processed in real time to provide relevant crop information, and the intelligent computer system for using the data allows alerts and notifications to be generated in the event of situations affecting crops.

Exploitation of Agrometeorological data

Climate risk reduction

Climate risk reduction

Reducing the risks associated with extreme weather events such as frost, drought or flooding through anticipation and prevention.

Pest risk

Pest risk

The meteorological data collected helps to prevent the spread of diseases and the development of pests, to predict pest life cycles and to plan control strategies.

Irrigation control

Irrigation control

Data on temperature, relative humidity, wind speed and solar radiation can be used to calculate crop evapotranspiration and therefore water and irrigation requirements.

Quality enhancement

Quality enhancement

The agroclimatic station data set allows farmers to make decisions that improve the quality of their crops in terms of nutrition, taste and visual appearance.

Monitoring the specific weather conditions in an agricultural area allows a better understanding of the local climate and its effect on crops, optimising the planning and management of activities such as sowing, irrigation, fertiliser and pesticide application, and of course improving the efficiency of the use of resources such as water and energy.

CTA crops monitoring