Sensoterra at Irrigation Show 2019 - Las Vegas (Nevada, USA)
Irrigation Show 2019 will happen this week from 2-6 December, and Sensoterra will be there talking about sensors technology, data integration and smart irrigation practices with soil moisture sensors.
This year, the Irrigation Show 2019 will happen in Las Vegas (Nevada, USA), from 2-6 December. The show is one of the biggest events on irrigation and technology worldwide, expecting visitors from 55 different countries. Smart irrigation is changing agriculture's traditional methods and Irrigation Show 2019 is a great location to experience the new trends on irrigation techniques. Sensoterra will attend the event to talk about soil moisture sensors technology and smart irrigation.
Sensoterra is a leader in smart farming technology, providing wireless, low-cost soil moisture sensors to growers all over the world. The incredible spreadability of over 5,000 sensors around the world is possible due to IoT technology, established by LoRa connectivity. Sensoterra goes for precision and simplicity, with easy-installed robust sensors.
To obtain the most out of crops, Sensoterra soil moisture data can be integrated into the irrigation schedule in order to optimize irrigation moments and water use; instantly avoiding over- or under-water challenges, such as fungus diseases and fertilizer leaching to groundwater. The benefits go from water savings to a full understanding of the crop system, from active root zone development to yield increase.
Sensoterra is a global leader in smart farming technology, providing wireless soil moisture sensors to all types of growers. The incredible spreadability of over 5,000 sensors around the world is possible due to IoT technology, established by LoRa connectivity. Sensoterra was founded in 2014, based in Amsterdam with projects in agriculture, horticulture, nature restorations and smart cities.
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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, with a Masters's degree in Water & Environment from Radboud University.Get in touch