The global food system is expected to feed a population that is likely to grow from 7.5 billion people today to almost 10 billion by 2050.
This translates into different challenges, such as the proper use of irrigation water and the control of gas emissions from livestock.


Our proposed plan:

Precision Agriculture

Precision agriculture is about managing variations in the field to increase crop yield, raise productivity and reduce consumption of agricultural inputs.


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» The challenge
Farm owners and managers are attracted by the number of measurements that sensors can perform and by the capacity of prediction and management systems.

» Value proposal
• Higher crop yield
• Better quality
• Understand which factors govern crop growth and yields
• Guaranteeing food security

» Cutting-edge technology
Smart Agriculture Solution includes a wide range of agricultural sensors for a variety of applications: large cereal fields, fruit trees and vegetables, greenhouses, flowers…

» Applications
• Product Quality Enhancing
• Green Houses
• Irrigation
• Meteorological Prediction


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Air quality in livestock housing is reduced by the presence of gases, suspended dust and bioaerosols. Livestock emissions account for roughly 32% of human-caused methane emissions.

» The challenge
Population growth, economic development and urban migration have stimulated unprecedented demand for animal protein and with the global population approaching 10 billion, this hunger is expected to increase by up to 70 per cent by 2050.

» Value proposal
• Temperature
• Humidity
• Noise
• Gas concentrations

» Cutting-edge technology
Monitoring of emissions in stables to control the living conditions of animals and to detect harmful gases.

» Applications
• Controlling and reducing emissions of harmful pollutants to the outside environment.
• Monitoring the health, welfare and production performance of livestock.

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Use cases:

Use cases:
Fruit ripening control: Control of humidity and temperature levels in alfalfa, hay, straw, etc. to prevent fungus and other microbial contaminants.
Irrigation control: A smart irrigation system is capable of automating the irrigation process by analyzing the moisture of soil and the climate conditions.
Controlled greenhouse production: Control micro-climate conditions to maximize the production of fruits and vegetables.
On-farm environmental diagnostic: Monitoring of emissions in stables to control the living conditions of animals and to detect harmful gases.


• In terms of time, farmers do not have to go to the greenhouse or to the crop every day. They can see plant performance from their phones and computers. They can also activate remote controls without using on-site resources.
• In economic terms, it allows saving costs with smarter management decisions based on data collected in situ (for example, in irrigation) and optimizes production thanks to the adoption of models capable of preventing the appearance of common plant diseases.
• In terms of productivity, this modern cultivation method leads to higher crop yields. Globally, organic agriculture can produce an average of approximately 30% more food per hectare than conventional agriculture.

Reviews & certifications

CE – Conformité Européenne – Europe
FCC – Federal Communications Commission – USA
IC – Industry Canada – Canada
RCM – Regulatory Compliance Mark – Australia
Anatel – Agência Nacional de Telecomunicações – Brazil

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