Internet of Things – Agribusiness
Remote sensing technologies for real-time connectivity and monitoring. Based on IoT, precision environmental sensors are able to track data within a batch growth model as practiced within poultry farming. Through the use of AI (Artificial Intelligence), with the application of algorithms and data cross referencing of the diverse information generated, exceptions in processes are identified, in real-time. These data exceptions are converted to notification alerts. This allows both the farm producer and the agribusiness to anticipate exceptions and take the appropriate rectification steps.
These technologies drive optimized productivity within industries such as poultry farming, dairy cattle, swine and fish farming and horticulture.
Our E-Aware remote sensors capture critical environmental elements in real-time, such as:
- Co2 Levels
- Water Consumption
- Energy Consumption
- Feed Consumption
- Mortality Rates
- Operational equipment conditions
- Growth rates via weight scales
- Temperature Indoor/ Out Door
- Humidity/ Moisture
- Wind direction
- Wind speed
- Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC)
Industrial Internet of Things
Through the concept of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), cloud computing and Big Data, S4A IT Solutions is leading the digital transformation for companies of diverse segments.
Remote sensing technologies for the industry go beyond the automation and preventive actions common to every business. Intelligent sensors can monitor variable data from industrial processes, as well as physical conditions of environments, with real-time correction of any process deviation.
Technology provides more sustainable processes, such as:
- Loss or deviation analysis
- Wear and tear on machines and equipment
- Cross-industry measurement of environmental conditions
The solution captures specific information, made available in real time by the cloud, allowing the connectivity between different tasks of the productive process.
By creating agile routines, the industry gains operational efficiency throughout the production chain, reduces costs, reduces losses, and increases productivity.