Monitoring of hydric conditions
ENVIRA has developed the device Nanoenvi MOTE for the continuous monitoring of hydric conditions in green areas.
Optimised for minimal energy consumption, our devices are powered by a solar panel, which makes us completely autonomous and with 24/7 availability. Each device can be connected to four sensors of water volumetric content in the soil for the continuous detection of water in the roots available for plants, thus optimising irrigation to its required level in each moment.
The sensors, highly accurate, have been developed to be used for long periods of time in the most difficult conditions and, due to their technology, are very little affected by the composition of the soil.
Measuring several physical parameters
Conductivity sensors can be added to these in order to report the saline conditions of the soil and the possible variations when applying fertilisers and other additives to irrigation water. We also have sensors to measure the pH and conductivity conditions for the control of irrigation water quality and flows of water consumed. Other sensors can be added to the system, such as rain gauges or anemometers, to complete the monitoring system.
The communications with several optional communication modules are wireless, with technologies such as 3g, LTE, LORA or Sigfox.
Our data management system ENVIRA DS can handle data from un unlimited number of sensors, keeping under control all the green area and gathering relevant information for the optimisation of the system
• Public parks and gardens.
• Golf courses.
• Sport facilities with green areas.