The mIoT Captis is perfect for farmers who own or manage large areas of land or those who own multiple farms separated by a commute that is prohibitive to conducting regular check ins on resources and infrastructure.
A Captis system placed on the farmers dam levels and tanks, can report whether livestock has enough water, or if there is an issue with water supply – such as a leak. A Captis system can also be used to monitor gas flues burning waste methane, showing whether or not excess methane was burned off. Temperature sensors can be used in conjunction with rainfall, wind speed, and other sensors to create a remote weather station that can report up-to-date weather data in remote locations
Measure rainfall in remote regions using a high-accuracy rain gauge connected to a Captis system, rather than rely on official weather data gathered from a station that could be located up to 100km away.
This system can also be effectively paired with temperature or wind sensors to create a comprehensive weather monitoring solution that reports remotely over a cellular network.
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