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The Agricultural Internet of Things is the use of temperature sensors , humidity sensors , pH sensors , light sensors, CO2 sensors and other equipment in the Internet of Things system to detect physical parameters such as temperature, relative humidity, Ph value, light intensity, soil nutrients, and CO2 concentration Through various instruments and meters real-time display or as automatic control parameters to participate in automatic control, to ensure that crops have a good and suitable growth environment. The realization of remote control enables planters to monitor and control the environment of multiple greenhouses in the office. The use of wireless networks to measure and obtain the best conditions for crop growth can provide a scientific basis for precise greenhouse regulation, which can increase yield, improve quality, regulate the growth cycle, and improve economic benefits.
1. The sensor will develop towards miniature intelligence, and the perception will be more thorough:
The types and number of agricultural IoT sensors will grow rapidly, and applications will become increasingly diverse. In recent years, new technologies such as microelectronics and computers have emerged and been adopted, which will further improve the intelligence and perception of sensors.
2. Mobile Internet applications will be more convenient and network interconnections will be more comprehensive:
Mobile broadband interconnection is becoming a breakthrough in the next-generation information industry revolution. Broadband, mobile, intelligent, personalized, and multifunctional are leading the development of the information society.
3. The Internet of Things will be deeply integrated with cloud computing big data , and technology integration will be more optimized:
Cloud computing can help smart agriculture achieve distributed sharing of information storage resources and computing capabilities. The information processing capabilities of big data will provide support for massive information processing and utilization.
4. The Internet of Things will develop towards smart services and its applications will be more extensive:
With the continuous development of key technologies of the Internet of Things and the continuous maturity of the industrial chain, the application of Internet of Things will expand from industrial applications to personal and home applications. The software system of the Agricultural Internet of Things will be able to adjust its behavior in a timely manner according to environmental changes and the needs of system operation, provide intelligent services that are environmentally aware, and further improve self-adaptation capabilities.
2. If you want to start agricultural related entrepreneurship from the Internet of Agricultural Things and open a promising agricultural market, you can start from the following aspects:
1. Increase crop yield:
Fine agriculture refers to optimizing agricultural decision-making through data analysis. It is also a golden point for the combination of the Internet of Things and agriculture. At present, it is difficult to expand the utilization area of agricultural land. How to use cloud systems, operation automation, or real-time monitoring and data analysis to expand output is the perspective that many companies have begun to cut into.
2. Crop pest control:
Pheromone is a hormone substance secreted by insects that regulates insect behavior. It can also be artificially synthesized and used to trap pests. The use of this substance will become more convenient in the era of the Internet of Things. Real-time monitoring of the density of pests, once it exceeds a certain set value, it will automatically release the pheromone that matches the species of the pest, in order to achieve the insecticidal effect, and even replace it. Insecticide potential.
3. Save resources:
Reduce agricultural production costs, especially in terms of saving irrigation water. The combination of historical data analysis and real-time detection data can provide a more accurate model and optimization solution.
4. Sustainable development:
For various agricultural solution providers, the biggest challenge or opportunity is how to provide more in-depth, valuable and sustainable services in addition to products. Farmers care about the results. During the life cycle of the product, the service provider needs to continuously improve its functions to increase added value and bring them real benefits.
September 25, 2017
Chengdu Xinxin Electronic Technology Co., Ltd. Editorial Department
Editor: Little Devil in Gourd