Sensoterra at SmartCity Expo World Congress 2019 (Barcelona)
Sensoterra was at the SmartCity Expo World Congress 2019, from 19-21 November in Barcelona (Spain)
Sensoterra was at the SmartCity Expo World Congress 2019, from 19-21 November in Barcelona (Spain). This year, the SmartCity exhibition grouped experts in the areas of digital transformation, urban environment, governance, and spatial planning.
At SmartCity Expo, corporate leaders, public representatives, entrepreneurs, experts and academics from all around the globe come together to learn from each other, share experiences, talk about best practices, and open new paths for international collaboration.
Sensoterra was there as a speaker to talk about the importance and growth of wireless soil moisture sensors application in the smart city ecosystem. Represented by Bas van der Velden (Sales Manager) - "This exhibition is important to group the experts in 'Smart City concept' and bring efficient solutions to create smart communities, prepared for future challenges."
Sensoterra at SmartCity Expo 2019
"Digital transformation has been happening in agricultural fields and in urban environments. Possible via IoT and LoRaWAN connectivity, these two ecosystems can communicate and interact with each other."
Van der Velden, Sales Manager
Smart cities are urban spaces that make use of electronic devices via the Internet of Things (IoT) sensors to collect data and manage services, assets, and resources; such as waste management, water use and supply networks, information systems, and many other facilities.
Sensoterra is a global leader in smart farming technology, providing wireless soil moisture sensors to all types of growers. The incredible spreadability of over 8.000 sensors around the world is possible due to IoT technology, established by LoRa connectivity. Sensoterra was found in 2014, based in Amsterdam with projects in agriculture, horticulture, nature restorations, and smart cities.
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