Smart farming solutions
The internet of things has opened a wide array of opportunities for the farmers, gardeners and growers owing to its economical, user-friendly features like easy-to-install sensors and availability of huge amount of potential data. Farmers can avail myriad ways to cultivate crops and raise live stocks. Thus, internet of Things is making the way for smart farming solutions that are capable of offering promising ways to ensure round the clock support to the farmers. The tasks that can be eased for the farmers include automation of machines and equipment used for farming, monitoring of soil conditions, energy consumption, water consumption, storage conditions, soil and crops health and animal behaviour, and so on.
KernelSphere provides state-of-the-art farming solutions owing to its very potential middleware technology that allows farmers to get into the field with confidence. KernelSphere streamlines the creation of smart farming systems, which are applicable in single purpose as well as multi-purpose devices. KernelSphere’s single-purpose smart farming offerings include failure prediction systems, smart metering devices, livestock tracker and the multi-device offerings include farming produce analytics solutions and resource mapping solutions.
The open-source platform of KernelSphere is enriched with all the critical features that helps provide complete access to its modules for any sort of alterations, integrations and extensions. All the components are ready to use with quick start smart farming solutions.
What you can do with KernelSphere
Sensor-based field and resource mapping
Predictive analytics for crops and livestock
Remote crop monitoring
Remote equipment monitoring
Climate monitoring and forecasting
Livestock tracking and geofencing
Stats on livestock feeding and produce
Smart logistics and warehousing
For farmers and growers, the Internet of Things has opened up extremely productive ways to cultivate soil and raise livestock with the use of cheap, easy-to-install sensors and an abundance of insightful data they offer. Prospering on this prolific build-up of the Internet of Things in agriculture, smart farming applications are gaining ground with the promise to deliver 24/7 visibility into soil and crop health, machinery in use, storage conditions, animal behavior, and energy consumption level.