Remote Farm Monitoring
Are you a farmer with a medium or large sized land area in a location of little or no cellular data coverage and electrical power? Would you like to have easy access to parameters such as air temperature, precipitation, soil moisture levels, wind speed and many more, on an easy-to-use interface on your mobile phone or laptop? Remote monitoring of your farm and land 24/7, from anywhere.
- Can be deployed to anywhere in the world
- Works entirely off-grid from a single 80W solar panel
- Utilizes less than 20 KB per sensor per month for extremely low operating costs
The PESSL LoRAIN Weather Station – or any LoRaWAN sensor – which has sensors attached (one or many) sits out in a remote area of your land. Every hour (or every 15 minutes) the device sends information to the MF-400 IoT Satellite Bridge housing including a MultiTech Conduit running MinFarm Client Software. This is sent over the LoRaWAN network. It passes the information to the Inmarsat IsatData Pro satellite terminal housed in the MF-400, up to the satellite in the sky, back down to a satellite receiving station, called the IDP gateway, which then passes it on to the MinFarm IoT-over-Satellite Platform, and then on to a mobile phone where users can view it using the FieldClimate application software.
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