Various irrigation systems are available, ranging from floodgates to the most complex arrays of pumps, filters, and injectors. Additionally, there is a broad selection of application methods, including pivots, showers, rain guns, and drip lines. Smart irrigation aims to boost field productivity and decrease expenses by managing resources like water sustainably and smartly.
To get the irrigation exactly right and use the appropriate amount of water, it is essential to ascertain whether or not all of the components are operating as intended.
We advocate smart irrigation, a part of the precision agriculture farming management concept. Our sensors are deployed throughout smart irrigation systems to gather real-time data on the environment, the soil, and the irrigation facilities directly on site.
Some examples of this data include dryness and humidity levels, the amount of saturated fertilizer, the actual quantity of water being consumed by the crops and plants, and the amount of water flowing through any valves or pipelines. After that, the data is sent to the software, which then uses it to carry out automated control of the actuators that govern how much water is used.