By Industries


According to Agriculture.gouv,

0 %
of connected farmers recognize the usefulness of new technologies

Today’s society is subject to uncertainty and continuous technological change. The most digitalized production departments tend to increase productivity faster than the least digitalized departments. Digital technology in agriculture field is usefull for applications or hardware systems in order to automate processes and reduce dependence on labor, as examples.


The use of these new technologies can not only achieve the digital transformation process required by the sector, but also support irrigation communities and other farmer groups with analytical and predictive tools to improve the optimization of soil and water conservation.
This type of digital transformation requires a common integration framework to unify all data and then generate new services based on the needs of this growing industry.

Key Points

Problem detection

Before fertilizers begin to be disrupted, find out about incorrect fertilizer use, changes in weather conditions and even improve pest monitoring.

Efficient working system

Create your own intelligent and efficient approach to help maintain your facilities.

Improve productivity

Automate repetitive tasks to make better use of your resources. Identify and resolve any problems before they get in the way.

Remote Sensing

Improve your way to work by collecting any information over your working areas.