Sensoterra at the National Ploughing Championships - Ireland 2019
Sensoterra is attending the 88th National Ploughing Championships, in Ballintrane (Ireland). Happening from the 17th-19th of September, the exhibition brings together over 240.000 visitors and 1.700 exhibitors in the field of machinery and livestock.
Sensoterra is attending the 88th National Ploughing Championships (NPC) in Ballintrane (Ireland). Happening from the 17th-19th of September, the exhibition brings together over 240.000 visitors and 1.700 exhibitors in the field of machinery and livestock.
Ireland's biggest agriculture event and the largest agricultural open-air event in Europe, NPC 2019 offers three days of attractions. Moreover, the exhibition is set to have an estimated economic impact of over €35million.
Bas van der Velden at Sensoterra booth - NPC show 2019
Bas van der Velden (Sales Director at Sensoterra) is attending the show adding Sensoterra soil moisture sensors to the huge variety of products and services offered by the event.
"I'm excited to show Sensoterra sensors at the Ploughing 2019. The expansion of IoT technology is allowing greater types of machinery, with wireless infrastructure and ample connectivity within agricultural and livestock management, and NPC represents this integration." - van der Velden.
Sensoterra is a leader in soil moisture measurement powered by the Internet of Things (IoT) technology and LoRa connectivity which allow sensors to be completely wireless and provide hourly soil moisture data. The sensors provide growers with the volumetric moisture percentage of the soil, measured at the active root zone, and calibrated for all soil types. The overall result includes fast ROI within one growth cycle, data-driven decisions which can simplify waste management, such as water savings up to 30% and inputs reduction while guaranteeing crop yield increase.
Come and visit us at the Irish National Ploughing Championships. Sensoterra will be at the Innovation Arena.
Sensoterra, a world leader in wireless soil moisture sensor, provides data-driven solutions for optimizing land and freshwater resources for agriculture, horticulture, landscaping and nature restoration. Empowering better decision making for land management through smart soil moisture measurements. Sensoterra was founded in 2014 and is based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Caroline is a Soil Data Manager at Sensoterra. Previously, she worked as a laboratory analyst, responsible for data analysis of roots and soil, identifying pesticide contamination and plant accumulation. Her background is in Environmental Science, and she is currently obtaining her MS in Water, and Environment at Radboud University.Get in touch