“To forget how to dig the earth and tend the soil is to forget ourselves”

– M. K. Gandhi



Interconnect farms, machinery, & crops


Map the topography and resources in the area


Analyze the acidity and temperature conditions of the soil

Predictive Analysis

Predict weather patterns and conditions in advance

Keeping up with Smart Ag

The rising need for high precision crop analysis, automated farming techniques, and collection of data from the field, the world is likely to witness the agriculture industry get smarter with the implementation of IoT devices and technologies in the coming years.

  • By 2050, agricultural production will have to rise by 70% to meet projected demand. 70%
  • Smart agriculture device shipments will increase on average 20% each year by 2020 20%
  • By 2020 the precision farming market CAGR will grow to 11.7% 11.7%
  • 29% of IoT solutions are used in the agriculture industry 29%

The Benefits


  • Analyze environmental changes
  • Improve water consumption
  • Reduce energy usage
  • Predict weather conditions
  • Reduce non-CO2 GHG emissions


  • Track farming equipment and machinery
  • Control fertilizer and pesticides
  • Increase crop yields


  • Monitor livestock location and land usage
  • Provide data on feed quality and consumption
  • Early warning systems for animal health


With LPWAN, there is a significant opportunity for agriculture solution providers and growers to use data to improve their operational planning and decision making. Unlike competing technologies, Low-Power Wide-Area Networks (LPWAN) provide the perfect solution for industries with these needs.  With easily deployable networks, affordable data rates, and the ability to maximize the battery life of devices, industries like agriculture are starting to realize that LPWAN is the right direction to go.  If tracking livestock’s location on the farm or understanding the levels of green house gas emissions, LPWAN provides the means to deploy successful solutions.

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