REMOTE WEATHER MONITORING
A highly scalable system for remote monitoring of weather data, it consists of one or more weather stations that measure and communicate weather data online to a Central Server via a 4G Network. The server can be accessed by several machines (Smartphone, Tablet, Desktop) to visualize the data and generate reports.
The parameters measure include ambient temperature, Relative Humidity, Wind speed, Wind Direction, Ambient Pressure, Rainfall, Solar radiation and Soil moisture. The monitoring period is typically once an hour, but can be optimized for each site. Further, any measurement of other environmental variables can be integrated into the above system.
The remote system enjoys complete power autonomy, having its own solar panel-based power supply
PRECISION IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT
An intelligent system that uses a variety of smart irrigation algorithms like those based on a) Daily evapotranspiration b) Readily Available Water (RAW) c) Crop Calendar, all implemented using automatic measurements of the related weather and soil parameters as well as those related to water storage and pumping. In addition to determining the optimal irrigation time period and implementing the same, the system also effects multi-pump control and automatic fertigation. While providing continuous information (the measured parameter values and the system performance data) to the User, it also provides irrigation decision options to the User and the opportunity for the User to choose among these or effect a manual override. Consisting of an ‘on-field’ irrigation controller with a Data Acquisition System to measure the required weather, soil and water storage-related parameters and a backend server for extensive data analysis and learning. The server can be accessed by several machines (Smartphone, Tablet, Desktop) to visualize the data, provide decision options effect manual override and generate reports.
The on-field system enjoys complete power autonomy, having its own solar panel-based power supply
EARTH AIR HEAT EXCHANGER FOR MICROCLIMATE MANAGEMENT
A low energy cooling system that uses a Earth-Air Heat Exchanger (EAHE) which takes hot ambient air from the outdoors and cools it to a comfortable temperature by passing it through a system of underground pipes before blowing it into the space being cooled. In our EAHE design, the maximum demonstrated drop in temperature between the EAHE inlet and outlet is 10 Degrees C. Apart from the thermal design of the EAHE we provide the complete control system for ensuring system performance. Using IOT-based sensors the system controls the air flow by accurately monitoring the inlet, outlet and intermediate air temperatures.