Smart farming, also known as precision agriculture, is the concept of using modern technology to optimize agricultural operations, from monitoring soil moisture levels and tracking livestock health to improving crop yields and reducing waste.
Wearable devices are often used to collect data that can be sent across the internet, allowing it to be analyzed and stored in a secure digital environment. This data can then be used by other connected devices as part of IoT applications, such as tracking health metrics or controlling home
When it comes to home automation, Zigbee and Z-Wave are two of the most popular technologies to choose from. Both technologies offer reliable and secure communication protocols for connecting devices in a smart home system. However, there are some important differences between Zigbee and Z-Wave that you need to consider
When designing a low-power smart home solution, there are multiple network technologies, composed by for example Zigbee or WiFI, which we already talked about in the previous blog (you can read the blog by clicking here).
When designing a smart home project, one of the most important decisions you need to make is which protocol to use. There are multiple options such as WiFi, Zigbee, Zwave, or even LoRaWAN for Indoors, and also an extensive marketplace of IoT devices for each one. However, it’s important to
A study conducted by Market Research Future (MRFR) has revealed that the airport robot industry is estimated to expand exponentially between 2021 and 2027, with an annual growth rate of 16.8%. The use of robots functioning thanks to the IA and IoT converts airports into “smart airports” because they are