AgroSense user interface
AgroSense server secures incoming data - cloud-based - stored and processed in a database. All measurements in the database are available without a time limit and are backed up daily.
The data & #8211; with proper permissions & #8211; they can be accessed from an Internet browser from anywhere, so we can have up-to-date information on the state of the production areas and the need for intervention. The AgroSense user interface provides web-based display and management of data, even from a mobile device.
You can send a notification via SMS or email to the designated user when the limit values set for each measured value are exceeded. This allows you to be aware in time of problems with a watering cycle or to start frost protection when needed.
Alarms and their acknowledgment can be tracked, for example, to evaluate how quickly problems have been resolved.
The system is tailored to your needs, with the AgroSense user interface recording locations, crop areas, stages of plant development or even crop changes.
Through the AgroSense API, other systems, such as irrigation controllers or ventilation computers, are able to receive and integrate information into their operation.
The AgroSense UI to keep up to date with the state of your economy:
Plant protection forecasts
Data from AgroSense can be used to calculate the likelihood of the appearance of pathogens for certain plant species.
The following plant protection forecasts are currently available:
|fire blight||Erwinia amylovora||PronoS-F-Blight, CougarBlight|
|Pear||fire blight||Erwinia amylovora||PronoS-F-Blight, CougarBlight|
|Potato||Alternative dry blotch||Alternaria solani||NEGfry|
|Wheat||Septic leaf blotch||Septoria tritici|
|black Stainless||Puccinia graminis|
|leaf rust||Puccinia recondita|
|yellow rust||Puccinia strifformis|
|Foamy leaf blotch||Phoma lingam||Improved BlackLegSporacle|
|White rot||Sclerotinia sclerotiorum||ScleroPro|
|Tomato||Emergency tomatoes||Phytopthora infestans||IPI|
|Alternative dry blotch||Alternaria solani||TomCAST|
|Sugar beet||Cercospore leaf blotch||Cercospora beticola||CercoPrim, BeetCast, DIV Model|