control and monitoring
power of sensors
Application of IoT Sensors in Smart Farming
With MAQO IoT (Internet of Things) Smart Farming solution, our clients can remotely monitor the condition and status of their farm field and crops. Installation of sensors that include, but not limited to, the NPK (nitrate-phosphate potassium) nutrient sensor, soil moisture, humidity and temperature sensor, water level and water flow sensor, ambient humidity and temperature sensor, and rain gauge sensor provide real time field and crops status/feedback to the farm owner.
Connect to the sensors through the Internet to obtain real-time data feedback from the farm field.
No Sensor Wiring
Sensors used in MAQO IoT Smart Farming solution are all battery powered without the need of wiring.
Long Lasting Battery
The sensor’s battery life cycle can last up to 3 to 5 years, depending on the usage and environment.
Wireless Protocol We Use
Feel In Control Everywhere
LoRa (Long Range)
LoRa is a low-power wide-area network protocol used for long range communications. LoRa can be used to connect sensors, gateways, machines, devices and more wirelessly to the cloud.
Sigfox is a wireless networks built to connect low-power object such as sensors, gateways and small machines/devices that needs to be continuously on and emitting small amounts of data to the cloud.
Narrowband Internet of Things (NB-IoT) is a Low Power Wide Area Network radio technology standard to enable communication between a wide range of cellular devices and services wirelessly.
Benefits of Smart agriculture
Monitor the status of your farm anywhere, anytime over the Internet
A variety of powerful sensors provide farm fields information accurately
Reduced Labor Cost
Reduce manual inspection costs with then help of monitoring sensors
Accurate data feedbacks allow rapid planning for farm improvement
Innovation & Improvement
Getting a free quote
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