We received a new order for 300 plantae moisture sensors version 2.2 to install for a customer during the months of August, September and October.
New versions of Plantae humidity sensors
This time with a white box for greater visibility and some technical improvements.
All improvements to the sensors are made by our technical hardware development team. Tests are carried out for months to optimize the results.
We will continue to work to further expand our technology.
Objectives of Plantae humidity and temperature probes
- First try to reach the largest number of farmers, covering all types of crops.
- Improve irrigation of crops. They adapt to all types of irrigation, by runoff, sprinkling and dripping, both superficial and buried.
- In the buried drip the humidity sensors / probes Plantae are essential, because it is not seen externally the wet bulb of the plant.
- We can install Plantae moisture sensors in traditional and drip crops.
- It does not matter the type of terrain, clayey, loamy, sandy or silty.
- They can go to different depths depending on the root system of the crop.
- They can also be buried, for example in golf courses, gardens, soccer fields or fields that the farmer considers to be a nuisance for agricultural work in the open air.
- They measure the temperature of the subsoil and indicate the state of the root system.
- Finally, to optimize water and electricity to reach precision agriculture throughout Spain.
All this controlled by a Hub / receiver that sends the data to the platform in real time.
Plantae humidity probes withstanding storms
After verifying that our sensors were exposed to the storms, this time we traveled again to Ciudad Real and Córdoba to visit several clients.
We can verify that the storms of weeks ago and the passage of months had not affected our sensors . Its resistance is guaranteed.
We also visited the La Entresierra experimental farm (Ciudad Real), where we currently measure humidity in olive trees and compare the results with other professional probes.
In second place, we returned to Calonge (Palma del Río, Córdoba) to check this time in walnut trees the status of the sensors and hub.
There we found remnants of the storm but no incidents in our equipment, so we will continue measuring throughout the summer.