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Agrisensehub is a technology company that specializes in digital precision agriculture solutions. The company was established in 2023 and is based in Minna, Nigeria. Agrisensehub provides a variety of products and services to assist farmers in optimizing their farming practices and increasing yields. Sensors, drones, and software applications that collect data on crops and soil conditions are among their products. Agrisensehub’s precision irrigation system(AgriSenseHub), which is designed to help farmers reduce water waste and improve crop health, is one of their key offerings. The system employs sensors to continuously monitor soil moisture levels and makes recommendations to farmers on when and how much water to apply to their crops.

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Agrisensehub’s crop monitoring software, which uses satellite imagery and other data sources to provide farmers with insights into the health and performance of their crops, is another important product. This can assist farmers in identifying potential issues and taking corrective action before they become more serious. Overall, Agrisensehub is a company dedicated to assisting farmers in increasing yields and profitability through the use of digital technology. The company is well-positioned to play a key role in the future of precision agriculture, thanks to a suite of innovative products and services.
A whole-farm management approach that combines information technology, ground sensing, satellite positioning data, drones, and proximal data gathering to increase input efficiency, output quality, and sustainability. The use of intelligent plant protection stations, internet infrastructure, and software to measure the bio-physical properties of soil is a critical component of this approach.

WHAT MAKES Agrotronic Systems SPECIAL?

Agricultural Drone Technology

No matter how advanced the camera is from the satellite image, it still comes from orbit. A drone flying over a field delivers far greater proximity, and therefore image resolution. Furthermore, A drone can provide more up-to-date information, allowing even greater precision regarding what fertilizers and pesticides are needed. 

Measure soil temperature and humidity at different levels in real-time, realizing dynamic observation of moisture content in soil at each soil layer, and monitoring soil temperature and humidity at different soil layers, quickly and accurately. 

soil moisture and temperature sensor

leaf sensor

A  monitors plant physiological processes that measure water loss or the water deficit stress (WDS) in plants in real-time monitoring of the moisture level in plant leaves. 

Soil nutrient speed meter is suitable for detecting the content of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium in the soil. Soil conductivity and excessive acidity or alkalinity of the soil are important factors limiting the growth and quality of plants, and most plants are intolerant to excessively acidic or alkaline soil. Therefore, it is important to know the pH and moisture of the soil. 

Soil NPK, EC, PH Sensor

Rain sensor

Rain or precipitation is probably the most discussed meteorological phenomenon. It is a very important factor in soil moisture monitoring. Professional measuring of parameters such as the amount of precipitation, rain intensity and precipitation types 

The wind speed and direction sensor measures both wind speed and wind direction. It provides farmers with reliable and ultra-local agricultural weather data; this information is crucial to plan your agrochemical product spraying sessions and making the right decisions at the right time. 

wind speed and direction sensor

Soil water potential sensor

Most moisture sensors measure the amount of water in the soil and specifically if the water is available to the plant. Is a usual way to measure how well the water is bonded to the soil. This sensor measures the pressure required to remove the water from the growing media (soil). 

Video surveillance also known as closed-circuit television (CCTV), is the use of video cameras to transmit a signal to a specific place, on monitors and the internet platform. Theft in farms is on the increase, CCTV can be used to protect farmers’ machinery, crops, equipment and livestock. Although security is paramount on any premises, the benefits of CCTV in farming have proven additional benefits for both farm owners and farm workers. 

CCTV is often primarily used to deter opportune thieves, however, farmers are now discovering personal benefits like being able to get more rest, observing animals from afar and monitoring staff performance more closely.  

Closed-circuit television (CCTV)

GPS software suites

Drones equipped with advanced sensors can provide multispectral imaging, providing more precise detail about how a particular crop is faring. These cameras capture more information than a standard camera, including on the near-infrared band. Using light invisible to the unaided eye, these cameras can help farmers create more accurate drought maps and truly give crops the attention they need. 

As a new smart soil monitoring, and whole-farm management company, we will drive mass adoption of smart soil moisture and nutrients monitoring, and irrigation solutions to fight the scarcity of food.

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Helping to solve the challenges Farmers Face in Nigeria and elsewhere?

To meet future food demands from the ever-growing global population and minimize environmental impact, farmers need advanced and precise technology. To increase agricultural yield by optimising the crop input based on various crop needs, and soil health and locate the best monitoring point on the farm for better resource management and recovery that will help to solve the challenges and uncertainties in soil and crop inputs. Also, directly, and indirectly, makes adaptability by farmers easier. Reducing money spent on inputs and avoiding deep percolation due to excessive irrigation. 

Development Impact Plan for Nigeria and other Developing Countries

Agriculture in Nigeria and other developing countries is heavily reliant on irrigation, but only a small portion of the land that requires it currently receives it, leaving most farmers dependent on the rainy season and vulnerable to unpredictable climate changes. Global freshwater resources are under increasing strain and are being used in an unsustainable manner. To address these issues, we must expand automated soil and crop monitoring as well as sustainable irrigation systems in order to reduce risks and minimize the impact of droughts, which contribute to widespread famine. Active irrigation system monitoring is also required to improve crop yields, especially in areas with limited water resources, and other soil health conditions. 

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