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greenhouse monitoring Applications

  • Greenhouse gases monitoring

    Greenhouse gases are gases in the atmosphere which absorb and emit radiation within the thermal infrared range. Changes in the concentration of these gases due to both man made and natural effects increase the risk of global climate change.

    By Ecotech - ACOEM Group based in Knoxfield, AUSTRALIA.

  • Data loggers and data acquisition monitoring solutions for the greenhouse sector

    Large selection of low-cost greenhouse monitoring data loggers and systems for temperature, RH%, light and CO2. USB, WiFi and Bluetooth models. For agricultural, R&D, greenhouses or grow-houses and more. CAS DataLoggers offers a large selection of greenhouse monitoring data loggers for use in agricultural processing and research, in greenhouses or grow houses, and even out in the field. Help promote growth and prevent plant disease/mold by logging seed and crop temperature, humidity, soil conditions, and more.

    By CAS DataLoggers based in Chesterland, OHIO (USA).

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    Gas analyzers and monitoring systems for Greenhouse gases from ruminants

    Ruminant livestock generate a significant proportion of anthropogenic GHG emissions, and thereby contribute to Climate Change. Ruminants such as cattle. sheep, goats and buffalo produce meat and milk through enteric fermentation – a digestive process in which microbes decompose and ferment food in the digestive tract or rumen. This process produces methane which is emitted via belching. The amount of methane produced is directly related to the type of food consumed and the level of intake, in addition to...

    By Gasmet Technologies Oy based in Vantaa, FINLAND.

  • Wirelessly Monitor Greenhouses

    The xProxy® alert system can be a perfect solution to wirelessly monitor greenhouses in several areas. Growers have successfully used xProxy® in their greenhouses to monitor humidity levels, temperature and on/off-states of irrigation systems and fans.

    By Net Irrigate, LLC based in Bloomington, INDIANA (USA).

  • Agriculture sensors solutions for silviculture industry

    Tree nurseries use techniques such as large potted seedlings and air-slit containers, to cultivate strong, healthy plants with well-developed root structures. It has been proven that irrigation techniques play a critical role in seedling physiology, however traditional approaches to determining seasonal soil water requirements during the growth period have been typically qualitative, based around the feel of the soil.

    By E.S.I. Environmental Sensors Inc. based in Sidney, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).

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