SysAgria

SysAgria is a compact integrated hardware and software device, energetically independent, which provides
in real-time critical information about soil, air and light parameters, fundamental to the development
of various crops, orchards, vines, etc.
The device sends alerts when monitored values
of the parameters deviate from optimal levels set
for each crop.
The software is calibrated for each crop type and
becomes an essential tool which ensures the
qualitative and quantitative growth of the culture.
SysAgria includes the latest generation of sensors
incorporated in a compact system, water repellent,
resistant to extreme weather conditions.
The system offers real-time data transmission,
accessible from any location, using various types of
wireless communication (Wi-Fi, LoRa, GPRS).
Compact and durable,
minimal maintenance
Warranty 1 year
with extension
option
Battery life
3 years
minimum
Monitored light
parameters
Monitored air parameters
Monitored soil parameters
Visible light
UV light (ultraviolet rays)
IR (infrared radiation)
Temperature
Relative humidity
Relative humidity on the leaf
Wind direction
Wind speed
Freezing point
Soil humidity
Temperature
Hydrogen potential (PH)
Electrical conductivity
NPK **
** In the process of being implemented
Air Sensors
Light (visible spectrum, infrared and UV)
Temperature
Precipitation
Atmospheric pressure
Evapotranspiration of the leaf
Wind direction
Wind speed
Relative humidity
Soil Sensors
Temperature
Electrical conductivity
NPK macronutrients
PH (potential of hydrogen)
Humidity
Local storage or in the Syswin
Solutions Cloud
Access to statistical reports and comparative
graphic alerts when monitored values of the
parameters deviate from optimal levels set
for each crop and when conditions
for specific disease appear.
Availability of the data service: 24/7
SYSAGRIA
Cereals Application
PH
Humidity
Temperature
Conductivity
Nutrients
Key factors
Specialists recommend that parameters are monitored
throughout the entire phenological cycle, starting with
the sprouting stage.
Each plant requires optimal conditions which facilitate
and maintain the germination and growth. It is necessary
to monitor the parameters for both young plants
and mature ones.
Irrespective of the crop type (wheat, barley, maize) and total area,
SysAgria provides relevant information due to the energy
independence and to the dispersion in the form of a
complex mesh network.
For maize crops, it is recommended to monitor the humidity
at 20, 50 and 80 cm in the soil, because of the risk that the
ground could absorb water too quickly. The electrical
conductivity sensor determines the extent to which the plant
is allowed to extract nutrients.
SysAgria allows monitoring of parameters, on several
levels of hight, for soil and air. Also, it offers warnings
in the case of acid rains, excess water (flood),
as well as the evapotranspiration.
For wheat crop, evapotranspiration is recommended to be
evaluated at least at two different levels above the ground.
SysAgria issues alarms and recommendations for harvesting,
use of treatments and irrigation.
The scenarios in which SysAgria can act
SYSAGRIA
Greenhouse Application
Light
CO2 concentration
Relative humidity
Humidity
Temperature
Key factors
A system for monitoring and controlling the parameters
in a greenhouse is vital to predict the spending and also,
it takes into account the proper development of the plants.
Applying the necessary measures (ventilation, heating,
fertilization, etc.) has a direct positive effect on the quality
and quantity of the production.
Plant development depends on the photosynthesis and
sweating process. If the relative humidity is too high, the
perspiration of plants is slowed down, and this has a
negative effect on the plant tissues.
SysAgria controls and maintains the greenhouse
microclimate in the right parameters by monitoring the
critical values and by taking action through the automatic
operation (in case of an event) of ventilation systems,
irrigation, etc. Increase in the quality of production and
reduction of losses will follow.
Tomatoes accept a relative humidity between 45% and 100%.
At moisture below 45%, plants spend too much effort in
using and removing water, which results in low productivity.
For plants, sudden/drastic changes can be a critical factor.
A 20% decrease or increase in humidity, can compromise
the culture in a matter of minutes.
The scenarios in which SysAgria can act
SYSAGRIA
Application for Orchards
PH
Electrical conductivity
Temperature
Light
The key factors Soil and air
Monitored soil parameters
Monitored air parameters
Continuous monitoring has the significant
advantage of knowing the condition of crops,
in real time. Thus, the losses caused by
diseases or the lack of nutrients in the
soil can be prevented.
SysAgria sensors are collecting information
from the environment, which is relevant for
the development of the orchards.
SysAgria monitors the temperature and humidity in the air
and issues warnings for disease predisposition. Continuous
monitoring is vital.
The "Apple scab" is a disease which appears in the pear culture,
at a temperature above 7°C and high humidity.
The "Fire blight" is the disease which appears to pear and apple
trees when spring is warm, and high humidity is present.
SysAgria monitors temperature and humidity in the air
and issues warnings for disease predisposition.
Continuous monitoring is vital.
For trees, temperature and light are vital factors.
Optimal parameters include information about the distance
of planting, the shape of the crown and the location of the
trees on the land on a slope, and their need to be covered,
in case of low temperatures. The pH index and electrical
conductivity of the soil indicate if the plants absorb the
nutrients or the applied fertilizers.
The scenarios in which SysAgria can act
SYSAGRIA
Vineyard Application
Climate
Macronutrients
Time
Vegetation
Key factors
Disease detection and prevention is currently taking place based on warnings
received from the weather stations. But these may be imprecise or late.
Prediction based on the analysis of specific parameters is vital.
Thanks to the combination of air/soil sensors and smart algorithms based
on scientific research, SysAgria can perform continuous monitoring.
Thus, the fertilization process can be tracked and evaluated; the system
is providing essential information on fertilizer take-up or soil pH evolution.
"Downy mildew" appears during wet and warm years. Increased
humidity and increased temperature create the risk of
appearance for this disease.
The evapotranspiration and leaf moisture sensor (temperature and
humidity sensors in the air) informs about the risk degree to
develop diseases and warns about the need for systemic treatment.
Aggressive systemic treatment may affect the quality of grapes
All this data creates a history and predictions become more and more precise.
Predisposition to "Powdery mildew" is high during warm and
dry periods.
NPK influences fruit, grape growth, pulp consistency,
grapeadhesion to bunches. A low calcium content can lead
to a compromised culture.
pH informs about the need for a treatment and influences
the availability of nutrients in the soil as well as their absorption
by the plant. The optimal pH spectrum for most varieties
is between 5.5 and 8.0.
We designed SysAgria by using industrial components from world leading
manufacturers
Certifications
System Diagram
The scenarios in which SysAgria can act
SysAgria 1
SysAgria „n“
Mesh network
Air
sensors
Soil
sensors
Gateway
SERVER
Dashboard
IC
INTERFACE
Automation
of irrigation
installation
Any other
plant
related to
agriculture
SysAgria is a compact integrated hardware and software device, energetically independent, which provides
in real-time critical information about soil, air and light parameters, fundamental to the development
of various crops, orchards, vines, etc.
The device sends alerts when monitored values
of the parameters deviate from optimal levels set
for each crop.
The software is calibrated for each crop type and
becomes an essential tool which ensures the
qualitative and quantitative growth of the culture.
SysAgria includes the latest generation of sensors
incorporated in a compact system, water repellent,
resistant to extreme weather conditions.
The system offers real-time data transmission,
accessible from any location, using various types of
wireless communication (Wi-Fi, LoRa, GPRS).
Compact and durable,
minimal maintenance
Warranty 1 year
with extension
option
Battery life
3 years
minimum
Monitored light
parameters
Monitored air parameters
Monitored soil parameters
Visible light
UV light (ultraviolet rays)
IR (infrared radiation)
Temperature
Relative humidity
Relative humidity on the leaf
Wind direction
Wind speed
Freezing point
Soil humidity
Temperature
Hydrogen potential (PH)
Electrical conductivity
NPK **
** In the process of being implemented
Air Sensors
Light (visible spectrum, infrared and UV)
Temperature
Precipitation
Atmospheric pressure
Evapotranspiration of the leaf
Wind direction
Wind speed
Relative humidity
Soil Sensors
Temperature
Electrical conductivity
NPK macronutrients
PH (potential of hydrogen)
Humidity
Local storage or in the Syswin
Solutions Cloud
Access to statistical reports and comparative
graphic alerts when monitored values of the
parameters deviate from optimal levels set
for each crop and when conditions
for specific disease appear.
Availability of the data service: 24/7
SYSAGRIA
Cereals Application
PH
Humidity
Temperature
Conductivity
Nutrients
Key factors
Specialists recommend that parameters are monitored
throughout the entire phenological cycle, starting with
the sprouting stage.
Each plant requires optimal conditions which facilitate
and maintain the germination and growth. It is necessary
to monitor the parameters for both young plants
and mature ones.
Irrespective of the crop type (wheat, barley, maize) and total area,
SysAgria provides relevant information due to the energy
independence and to the dispersion in the form of a
complex mesh network.
For maize crops, it is recommended to monitor the humidity
at 20, 50 and 80 cm in the soil, because of the risk that the
ground could absorb water too quickly. The electrical
conductivity sensor determines the extent to which the plant
is allowed to extract nutrients.
SysAgria allows monitoring of parameters, on several
levels of hight, for soil and air. Also, it offers warnings
in the case of acid rains, excess water (flood),
as well as the evapotranspiration.
For wheat crop, evapotranspiration is recommended to be
evaluated at least at two different levels above the ground.
SysAgria issues alarms and recommendations for harvesting,
use of treatments and irrigation.
The scenarios in which SysAgria can act
SYSAGRIA
Greenhouse Application
Light
CO2 concentration
Relative humidity
Humidity
Temperature
Key factors
A system for monitoring and controlling the parameters
in a greenhouse is vital to predict the spending and also,
it takes into account the proper development of the plants.
Applying the necessary measures (ventilation, heating,
fertilization, etc.) has a direct positive effect on the quality
and quantity of the production.
Plant development depends on the photosynthesis and
sweating process. If the relative humidity is too high, the
perspiration of plants is slowed down, and this has a
negative effect on the plant tissues.
SysAgria controls and maintains the greenhouse
microclimate in the right parameters by monitoring the
critical values and by taking action through the automatic
operation (in case of an event) of ventilation systems,
irrigation, etc. Increase in the quality of production and
reduction of losses will follow.
Tomatoes accept a relative humidity between 45% and 100%.
At moisture below 45%, plants spend too much effort in
using and removing water, which results in low productivity.
For plants, sudden/drastic changes can be a critical factor.
A 20% decrease or increase in humidity, can compromise
the culture in a matter of minutes.
The scenarios in which SysAgria can act
SYSAGRIA
Application for Orchards
PH
Electrical conductivity
Temperature
Light
The key factors Soil and air
Monitored soil parameters
Monitored air parameters
Continuous monitoring has the significant
advantage of knowing the condition of crops,
in real time. Thus, the losses caused by
diseases or the lack of nutrients in the
soil can be prevented.
SysAgria sensors are collecting information
from the environment, which is relevant for
the development of the orchards.
SysAgria monitors the temperature and humidity in the air
and issues warnings for disease predisposition. Continuous
monitoring is vital.
The "Apple scab" is a disease which appears in the pear culture,
at a temperature above 7°C and high humidity.
The "Fire blight" is the disease which appears to pear and apple
trees when spring is warm, and high humidity is present.
SysAgria monitors temperature and humidity in the air
and issues warnings for disease predisposition.
Continuous monitoring is vital.
For trees, temperature and light are vital factors.
Optimal parameters include information about the distance
of planting, the shape of the crown and the location of the
trees on the land on a slope, and their need to be covered,
in case of low temperatures. The pH index and electrical
conductivity of the soil indicate if the plants absorb the
nutrients or the applied fertilizers.
The scenarios in which SysAgria can act
SYSAGRIA
Vineyard Application
Climate
Macronutrients
Time
Vegetation
Key factors
Disease detection and prevention is currently taking place based on warnings
received from the weather stations. But these may be imprecise or late.
Prediction based on the analysis of specific parameters is vital.
Thanks to the combination of air/soil sensors and smart algorithms based
on scientific research, SysAgria can perform continuous monitoring.
Thus, the fertilization process can be tracked and evaluated; the system
is providing essential information on fertilizer take-up or soil pH evolution.
"Downy mildew" appears during wet and warm years. Increased
humidity and increased temperature create the risk of
appearance for this disease.
The evapotranspiration and leaf moisture sensor (temperature and
humidity sensors in the air) informs about the risk degree to
develop diseases and warns about the need for systemic treatment.
Aggressive systemic treatment may affect the quality of grapes
All this data creates a history and predictions become more and more precise.
Predisposition to "Powdery mildew" is high during warm and
dry periods.
NPK influences fruit, grape growth, pulp consistency,
grapeadhesion to bunches. A low calcium content can lead
to a compromised culture.
pH informs about the need for a treatment and influences
the availability of nutrients in the soil as well as their absorption
by the plant. The optimal pH spectrum for most varieties
is between 5.5 and 8.0.
We designed SysAgria by using industrial components from world leading
manufacturers
Certifications
System Diagram
The scenarios in which SysAgria can act
SysAgria 1
SysAgria „n“
Mesh network
Air
sensors
Soil
sensors
Gateway
SERVER
Dashboard
IC
INTERFACE
Automation
of irrigation
installation
Any other
plant
related to
agriculture