Greenhouses provide controlled environments that are adjusted to vegetation that needs to be cultivated inside. Traditionally, micro and agronomic climate parameters have been recorded in a rather manual and inconsistent way. There are limitations for what can be measured, and agricultural practices are carried out on predetermined speculation-based schedules.
Equipped with modern sensors and communication technology, advanced greenhouse automation capture and provide 24/7 information on the environment and plants. Data collected is included in the IoT platform where the analytic algorithm turns it into intelligence that can be followed up to uncover barriers and abnormalities.
Thus, HVAC operations and lighting, together with irrigation and spraying activities can be arranged on request. Sustainable data monitoring facilitates the development of predictive models to assess the risk of plants and infections.
By opening the key to massive plants, smart greenhouses allow farmers to minimize work, increase efficiency in resource and chemical use while optimizing the results level.
In addition to the parameters around, Greenhouse Smart allows farmers to remain above the condition of their plants. This ensures irrigation activities and fertilization is equivalent to the true need of cultivation plants for maximum results. For example, reading at soil volumetric water content shows whether the plant is underwater pressure.
Likewise, the measurement of soil salinity provides useful insights into conception requirements. Based on this data, sprinklers and spraying systems can be automatically turned on to overcome the demand for real-time plants while minimizing manual intervention.