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The agriculture continues to be one of the most important economic activities in a large number of countries and has managed to expand significantly thanks to the technological advances of recent decades. One of these new technologies is the Internet of Things (IoT), which has been introduced in all types of sectors, being the agricultural one in which little by little they have been obtaining successful results. The Internet of Things is materialized mainly in the form of intelligent sensors that, thanks to its high quality and precision, allow to optimize the monitoring of all crops with detailed information in real time. This data can be obtained instantly thanks to the fact that it is stored in the Cloud and can be accessed from any type of platform.

Why use Smart IoT sensors in agriculture?

Implementing intelligent sensors in your company will bring a series of benefits for your crops and all your agricultural processes. Here are some of these advantages:

Precision Agriculture: With the use of smart sensors, you can manage your land and crops efficiently and optimize observation, measurement and decision making. Its optimal prediction and administration systems allow you to have greater control over all your crops in order to guarantee the highest quality of products. The sensors can measure a large number of parameters from temperature and solar radiation to the diameter of the trunk and humidity of the leaves.

Efficient water management: Another great advantage that IoT technology provides for intelligent sensors is the optimization of water resources management and irrigation processes. Sensors such as Smart Agriculture can be complemented with Smart Water sensors to have a more complete administration of all their resources, both agricultural and water. In addition, by establishing intelligent systems such as automated irrigation, you can have more efficient water management and reduce your consumption costs.

As we can see, the IoT technology of intelligent sensors provides great benefits for the agricultural sector in all aspects, both at the level of monitoring and measurement, and in the efficient management of resources. There is no doubt that the optimization of processes that occur thanks to its implementation will allow it to continue expanding to all kinds of land and thus generate smart crops.
Author: joanna_garcia