Late September during the “Internet of Things” conference there was a presentation of Tibbo Systems representative Dmitriy Moiseev. The speaker addressed a topic of the IoT implementation into agriculture and told about advantages of using the company’s product – AggreGate IoT Platform.
At the beginning of the report, the expert listed the main stages of agriculture development:
- 1 stage: machinery for farming instead of manual labor;
- 2 stage: mechanization of production, including storing and processing;
- 3 stage: mineral fertilizers and chemical plant protection, change of ground parameters, selection;
- 4 stage: genetic engineering tools;
- 5 stage: precision agriculture.
According to the speaker, in the era of precision agriculture, application of the IoT technologies in agriculture will help to:
- save money on fertilizers and plant protection;
- increase soil fertility due to smart management;
- monitor the state of harvest and avoid its loss during storing;
- increase the efficiency of the use of specialized equipment;
- monitor the state and location of animals;
- control the state of manufacturing line equipment, etc.
However, before using IoT tools, you should take into account some peculiarities, including outdated agriculture technology, close link between economy of agricultural enterprises and natural processes of growth and development of living organisms, the influence over which is limited, direct dependence on environmental factors, and seasonality.
That is why within the current stage it is possible to implement the following IoT solutions:
- apply bow thrusts and autopilots for agricultural machinery;
- equip irrigation systems taking into account condition and peculiarities of soil;
- use systems for accurate fertilization;
- apply systems for disease and pest control;
- use innovative technologies for harvest storing;
- improve and automate (if possible) manufacturing lines.
At the end of his report the representative of Tibbo Systems mentioned a successful case of a company, which implemented the system for monitoring and predicting the harvest condition. It is software and hardware system that include various equipment: autonomous wireless temperature and CO2 humidity sensors, base stations and sluices, GPS / GLONASS receivers, laboratory facilities for simulating various conditions, weather stations and weather forecasting services, as well as intellectual IoT platform Tibbo AggreGate.
As the result of these innovations, the company managed to:
- get information about the reduction of sugar amount in white beet within each separate area of the field;
- suppress rottenness of product at early stages;
- increase sugar production due to planning of processing taking into account storing conditions and state of the product;
- monitor location and effectiveness of the use of agricultural machinery afield.
As we can see, IoT platform Tibbo AggreGate has clearly proved its exceptional efficacy and usefulness.
We always welcome new guests and partners to our European office. So it was a really pleasant event when our partners from Israel (IDP) and RSA (Bitwiz) visited us for AggreGate Technical Training and some networking. Come again, guys!
Will SCADA systems survive? Victor Polyakov, CEO of Tibbo Systems, will give answer at Internet of Things: Technology and Projects Conference in Moscow.
November 30, Borodino Business Hotel. http://www.sovel.org/seminary_konferencii/internet/.
Dmitry Moiseev, Key Account Director of Tibbo Systems, told about IoT Platforms in smart buildings and presented AggreGate IoT Platform at BIS 2016 International Forum in Saint Petersburg.
Take a look at pics from that mega-event below.
Dmitry Gromov, SCADA Solutions Engineer of Tibbo Systems, enjoyed visiting EnAutomation Company, Tibbo’s Partner in Istanbul, with AggreGate technical training for Tezmaksan. Our Turkish friends has been truly hospitable and nice :). That’s why the training wasn’t just useful, but also a lot of fun.
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Victor Polyakov, CEO of Tibbo Systems, took part in the Open Innovation Forum. Within the Industrial Internet round table, industry leaders, investors, and leading scientists discussed telecommunications technologies applied in the Internet of Things and opportunities they offer to Industry 4.0. In the following article for the Snob business project, Tibbo Systems is recognized as one of the world’s successful emerging company stories.
How do IoT Platforms make buildings so smart and safe? Dmitry Moiseev, Tibbo Systems deputy CEO, will disclose this secret at BIS 2016. You are welcome! November 17, Saint Petersburg, Holiday Inn Moskovskye Vorota Hotel. http://sankt-peterburg-bis-2016.ciseventsgroup.com/