Sensoterra attended The Things Network Conference (TTN), in Amsterdam, a leading IoT technology event for connectivity, hardware, and data providers. Key discussions revolved around how to mitigate risks throughout LoRaWAN development – specifically, relating to the long development cycles in IoT, common mistakes, and smarter ways to minimize time, resources and money within this budding technology.
Sensoterra attended The Things Network Conference (TTN) in Amsterdam, a leading IoT technology event for connectivity, hardware, and data providers. Key discussions revolved around how to mitigate risks throughout LoRaWAN development – specifically, relating to the long development cycles in IoT, common mistakes, and smarter ways to minimize time, resources, and money within this budding technology.
“TTN Conference was surrounded by technological innovations and provided us the perfect environment for industry analysis. LoRaWAN has been growing 100% year over year, and supplies Sensoterra’s gateways with high-tech efficiency.”
Sensoterra’s sensors are specialized in remote soil moisture monitoring for agriculture, horticulture, Smart City solutions, and landscaping. A wireless soil moisture sensor, low-cost, easy-to-install sensor, designed for all types of crops and soils, structured to provide the best balance between water and soil. With achieving optimum soil moisture conditions, yield increase can be reached as well as water saving by 10-30%. Sensoterra is a contributor to the LoRa Alliance, with current sensors reaching 4,000 units sold in over 20 countries.
“We are impressed with the capabilities of the Sensoterra probes. By combining ease of use, robustness, and cost point, they really open up possibilities in large scale adoption of IoT on the farm. We are excited about having you as a partner,” Flavia Tata Nardini (Co-Founder & CEO at Fleet Space)
“LoRaWAN technology has been rapidly growing in the market and can deliver low-power, low-data-rate communication over long distances by using battery-operated devices. Plus, the fact it provides a market share opportunity, combined with vast use due to open applicational ecosystems,” Thomas Wielemaker, Customer Success Manager at Sensoterra.
TTN Conference – a great environment for networking with experts on IoT trends
Sensoterra has partnerships with MultiTech – which offers us fully certified gateways – but also with Alcom providing us efficient electronic component solutions. This partnership promotes IoT network coverage and remote connectivity to Sensoterra’s gateways,” Wielemaker.
Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) technology is expected to be the key driver to the rapid growth of IoT connections: projected to increase from 7 billion in 2018 to 22 billion USD in 2025.
According to Alistair Fulton (Vice President and General Manager of Semtech) the global and rapid growth of LoRaWAN-based ecosystems presents a window of opportunities to promote greater and diverse connectivity between smart buildings, smart agriculture, smart supply chain, and beyond.
Founded in 2014, Sensoterra (www.sensoterra.com) provides data-driven solutions for optimizing land and freshwater resources for agriculture, horticulture, landscaping and nature restoration.
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