IoT-based Smart Irrigation

Smart Irrigation System using IoT is trending. The irrigation sector has been facing many challenges over the past decades. Especially for those farm workers who have no idea when the power will be available so that they can pump water. They even have to wait until the field irrigation is finished. This definitely prevents them from doing other activities. Nowadays, a standard irrigation system is thought of as the “brain” of an automated irrigation system or IoT in Agriculture systems. 

Thanks to the Internet of Things technologies, a smart solution for assisting farmers in the management of irrigation systems is now available. It is not only making water used more efficiently but also saves time and shrinks labor costs.

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IoT Solutions for Smart Farming

With the Pixel IoT system deployed, the automated irrigation solution designed can offer convenience and protect your landscape investment. It can optimize water levels based on things such as soil moisture and weather predictions. This is done with moisture sensors that communicate with the IoT Device and help inform the system whether the landscape is in need of water. It is also able to keep your lawn and landscape beautiful and healthy while minimizing water waste. At the same time, a long-range wide area network can be built in farmland, and the data of temperature and humidity, carbon dioxide, and salinity of farmland or greenhouse regularly uploaded by sensors can be collected by Pixel System and transmitted to data monitoring platform. Agricultural personnel can obtain environmental information in time and analyze it. Improving the agricultural planting environment and reducing power consumption and cost plays an important role in increasing agricultural production and reducing water consumption.

IoT-based Smart Agriculture System in Kenya

With Pixel IoT-based Smart Irrigation System deployed, the automated irrigation solution designed can offer convenience and protect your landscape investment. It can optimize water levels based on things such as soil moisture and weather predictions. This is done with moisture sensors that communicate with the gateways and help inform the system whether the landscape is in need of water.