Manual data entry
There is a lot of important information that does not come from software and sensors.
Thanks to the manual entry function, we simplify the transfer of data collected through a non-technical path directly to the platform and can work with it along with data from irrigation and drainage systems.
Visualization of notifications in charts
Here's how it works.
How data is expressed and visualized can influence your decisions.
Single Value Widgets give a good overview of the big picture by showing values at specific time periods. Charts show continuity and change over different time periods (they are interactive, so you can change time periods, compare with other sensors, view target parameters). Monitoring maps go a step further by showing the changing distribution of values.
Choose your sensor, choose your metric, choose a time period, set maximum and minimum values and get monitoring.
Modern powerful API
The powerful bi-directional BioController API allows you to quickly and easily view sensory data in context by providing information from wireless sensors to external applications or by uploading third-party data to your control panel.
In this way, data combined with information from climate computers provide deep, actionable insights that help growers better respond to specific crop needs and further optimize production strategies.
Measurement of sensor values
Sensory data is a powerful tool in agriculture (or any other industry), allowing growers to use crop-level granular measurements to make better plant decisions. But we know that any data gives a more objective picture and more understanding when combined.
From sensors installed in greenhouses, you get information in one central place, on one digital platform and can be viewed on any device.
Learn more about computing on the BioController platform.
Sensor data is a valuable intellectual property of the customer. This function not only ensures that charts, monitoring maps, graphs are your property, but also the safety of all your data.
Data is backed up daily, weekly and monthly.
When creating a graph, you can choose which data you want to use.
The microclimate in the greenhouse is controlled with exceptional precision at any time of the year.
Treatment zone schemes
Real-time monitoring makes it possible to monitor plants and the growing environment, keeping a constant record of the best conditions for healthy crops.