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    • 12
    • Nov

    Part 3 - Internet of Things Sensors for Smart Farming - Connectivity

    Hello again

    Part 3 of the IoT in Agriculture series! This week I’ll be covering how we managed to get well over a million points of agriculture data from 9 sites all over the UK to our servers over the sunny 2015 summer.

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    • 30
    • Sep

    Internet of Things sensors for Smart Farming - Part 2

    The wait is over!

    Yes, the huge and delayed sequel event of the year of a much beloved series that everyone is talking about.. Of course it's the follow-on to the first part of the Internet of Things sensors for Smart Farming series!

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    • 08
    • Sep

    Press Release: Riverford Farms and Senseye take the Internet of Things to Agriculture

    For immediate release: Southampton, UK, 08/09/2015

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    • 23
    • Jul

    Internet of Things meets Farming

    Are you serious?

    If someone told me 12 months ago that we’d be talking to farmers and walking through winter wheat fields I’d have told them they were crazy. The only thing farmers hate more than technology is talking to people trying to sell them technology, right?

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    • 24
    • Jun

    Internet of Things sensors for Smart Farming - Part 1

    Updated - Part 2 here

    Promises, promises

    This post concentrates on farming, or smart agriculture to be precise, but I don’t think I’m going out on a limb to suggest that these thoughts will no doubt repeat themselves in other industries (in-fact I’m struggling to think of any exceptions and am open to suggestions!). There is so much feverish discussion on how the Internet of Things will change everything (from clever refrigerators to sensored-up pigs); having as much or more impact as when we started to adopt the Internet into our day-to-day lives. It’s easy to get caught up in the excitement and hype (after all, the IoT is currently at the top of the Gartner's hype cycle) while not considering where we actually are and where we need to get to.

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