What is Smart Agriculture?

User:JXCTUpload time:Apr 25 2022

In recent years, the power and effectiveness of smart agriculture have been gradually accepted and recognized by agricultural enterprises and farmers. Some people even regard smart agriculture as a “life-saving straw for farms. Using big data or connecting to the Internet of Things and using drip irrigation technology, farms that tend to go bankrupt have survived.

Smart Agriculture
Smart Agriculture
So what is smart agriculture?

Smart agriculture is the smart economy in agriculture, or the specific performance of smart economic forms in agriculture. For developing countries, smart agriculture is the main component of the smart economy. It is the main way for developing countries to eliminate poverty, realize the advantage of latecomers, catch up in economic development, and realize the strategy of catching up and surpassing.

Smart Agriculture-Monitoring Function System:

Obtain plant growth environment information according to wireless network. Such as monitoring soil moisture, soil temperature, air temperature, air humidity, light intensity, plant nutrient content and other parameters. Other parameters are also optional. Such as soil pH value, conductivity and so on.

The monitoring function system is responsible for receiving the data, storage, display and data management sent by the wireless sensor convergence node. Realize the acquisition, management, dynamic display and analysis processing of all base test point information and display it to users in the form of intuitive charts and curves.

According to the feedback of the above information, the system automatically controls the agricultural park such as automatic irrigation, automatic cooling, automatic rolling, automatic liquid fertilizer fertilization, automatic spraying and other automatic control.

Smart Agriculture-Monitoring Function System

Realize automatic information detection and control in agricultural parks by equipping wireless sensor nodes. The solar power supply system, information collection and information routing equipment are equipped with wireless sensor transmission system. Each base point is configured with wireless sensor nodes. Each wireless sensor node can monitor parameters such as soil moisture, soil temperature, air temperature, air humidity, light intensity, and plant nutrient content. Provide various sound and light alarm information and SMS alarm information according to the needs of planting crops.

Smart Agriculture – Real-time Image and Video Monitoring Function:

The basic concept of the Agricultural Internet of Things is to realize the relationship network between crops and the environment, soil and fertility in agriculture. Through multi-dimensional information and multi-level processing, the optimal growth environment conditioning and fertilization management of crops can be realized. But as those who manage agricultural production. Merely quantifying the connection of things cannot fully create the optimal growth conditions for crops. Video and image monitoring provide a more intuitive way of expressing the relationship between objects.

smart irrigation
smart irrigation
Introduction of Jingxun Unblocked Smart Agriculture:

Smart agriculture is an advanced stage of agricultural production. It integrates emerging Internet, mobile Internet, cloud computing and IoT technologies. It relies on various sensor nodes (environmental temperature and humidity, soil moisture, carbon dioxide, images, etc.) and wireless communication networks. Realize intelligent perception, intelligent early warning, intelligent decision-making and intelligent analysis of agricultural production environment. Online guidance from experts on smart farming solutions. Provide precision planting, visual management and intelligent decision-making for agricultural production.

Compared with traditional agricultural production, smart agriculture does not need to plant vegetables in soil. Even without natural light, the yield can reach 3-5 times that of conventional planting. Irrigation and fertilization do not require manual labor, but are accurately completed by an integrated water and fertilizer irrigation system, which saves 70%-80% of water compared with flood irrigation. The planting space is not limited to the plane, but can also be vertical, saving up to 80% of the land.