Smart Agriculture

Updated: Dec 7, 2020

Smart Watering in agriculture is nowadays important and is used for the monitoring of the soil and water plants and other green spaces efficiently and effectively.

These solutions combine watering technologies with soil moisture sensors to determine the perfect time for watering and thus reduce unnecessary water consumption.

Water shortages and green space watering, a worldwide problem?

  • By 2030, 25% of the global population will be threatened by water shortages.

  • Despite water scarcity, irrigation continues to represent more than 66% of the total demand in water.

  • 70% of water consumption is used for irrigation

  • Green spaces are the first carbon reservoir in cities.

How does it work?

A Solution is composed of:

  1. moisture sensors

  2. The connected electro valve controller

  3. Connected water meters

  4. Weather stations

The solutions use soil moisture levels and weather data to adjust irrigation times every day.

With this automatic system, you will be able to save between 30-67% of water.

Moreover, connected water meters enable leaks detection and weather stations to give a global vision of water intake and temperatures.

Which watering solution to choose for your city?

Smart watering is the latest generation of watering solutions. This innovation has advantages of both irrigation programmer and centralized watering systems such as a low cost of maintenance, the simplicity of utilization, and installation while saving a large quantity of water.