The Use of WSN in Precision Agriculture
Everyone is aware of the limited natural resources of our planet. There is an increasing demand for water due to the global warming and the need to provide food to the increasing world population. A significant amount of water is required to water the fields, plantations, and vineyards. Wireless sensors are being deployed in all agriculture branches to achieve better results with less environmental resources. These sensors need continuous power in order to enable precision agriculture and continuously measure various parameters like temperature, humidity, wind conditions, color, or stem diameter. Read this paper to learn how Sol Chip is helping with this process.
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