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IoT Agricultural Specialist Helps Australian Nursery Become More Profitable

Cameron's Nursery personnel report improved error detection and crop yields thanks to a solution from Agnov8 that uses Libelium's wireless sensors.
By Nathaniel Prince

The nursery staff—either on or off site—can access the sensor via a cloud-based dashboard solution, by means of a cell phone, a tablet or a computer, allowing workers to know the exact details of what is occurring on the five-acre farm. The raw data can be downloaded as well.

Libelium's Smart Agriculture sensor
Libelium says that its technology helps to reduce human error by providing personnel with regular, accurate data and by enabling them to intervene earlier when problems arise. This, in turn, leads to improved crop yields. According to Libelium, Sonja Cameron, the director of Cameron's Nursery, reports that the Agnov8-Libelium solution is providing her company with real-time insight regarding water and greenhouse monitoring. This has empowered its staff to react to specific events, thereby ensuring crop health and reducing losses.

"Cameron's Nursery has committed to two additional units to measure water quality parameters at other stages of their sustainable water-management system," says Luuk Honings, Agnov8's CTO.

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