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Winemakers Enjoy the Fruits of Their Labor with Vinduino’s LoRa-based Sensors

Posted by Semtech Corporate Marketing on 19 November 2018

With temperatures around the globe forecasted to rise, unpredictable and dynamic weather patterns like droughts and heat waves present new challenges for winemakers. As a result, growers work harder for less product and wine prices increase for consumers. Using sensors for irrigation management is still not common practice in many vineyards. Often growers rely on field observations for their irrigation decisions. As a result, damage is often detected too late for farmers to prevent significant yield loss.

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Tags: Smart Agriculture, Wireless RF, LoRa, Internet of Things

What is LoRa? The Technology Enabling Precision Agriculture Worldwide

Posted by Teralytic on 17 October 2018

According to recent reports, between 70% and 80% of agricultural greenhouse-gas emissions, such as nitrous oxide, come from the production and use of nitrogen fertilizers. Farmers need real-time visibility into soil conditions while working in their fields. During growing season, manual soil tests fail to provide the data growers need and this can cause farmers to either over fertilize or under fertilize, harming profits and/or the environment. Teralytic, a manufacturer of wireless soil sensors, implemented LoRa® devices and wireless radio frequency technology (LoRa Technology) in its wireless sensor to detect nitrogen, phosphate and potassium (NPK) levels in soil to help farmers reduce waste and to improve crop yields.

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Tags: Internet of Things, Wireless RF, LoRa, Smart Agriculture

Conserving Resources & Reducing Agriculture Water Waste With LoRa Technology

Posted by Semtech Corporate Marketing on 11 October 2018

Only 3% of the world’s water is accessible freshwater*. Of that, more than 600 gallons per day per person in the U.S. is being diverted for farm irrigation and livestock use. Monitoring soil moisture levels helps farmers to make effective and smart irrigation decisions. Too much water in the soil leads to waterlogged areas and a potential for plant illness or death, while too little water will harm crop growth.

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Tags: Smart Agriculture, Internet of Things, Wireless RF, LoRa

Farmers Harvest LoRa Technology for Smart Agriculture Applications

Posted by Semtech Corporate Marketing on 17 January 2018

In a world of instant gratification, it’s easy to forget there was once a universe without phones, electricity or heavy machinery.

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Tags: LoRa, Smart Agriculture, Internet of Things, Wireless RF