Iot – the Internet of things – in agriculture, that is first of all a rather general term, which can mean this or that. It describes the connection of sensors via a network, which makes new functions possible. A few practical examples:
- Application maps for spray agent application; generated from yield data and satellite data
- A chopper that calibrates its yield monitoring from the values of the transport wagon.
- Automatic time recording thanks to Bluetooth beacons.
What all these solutions have in common is that they do not necessarily have to be operated with systems from the same manufacturer.
The internet of things in agriculture consists of components that communicate with each other via interfaces and standardized formats:
- Communication systems
Where is your place in the Iot on the farm? How can your system be ideally integrated into the existing ecosystem?
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