The LoRaWAN®-based system tackles a number of pressing challenges. It is designed to solves unique and complex remote monitoring challenges by combining efficient wireless sensors and gateways to perform industry-leading monitoring, real-time reporting, and instant alerts.
Later, the sensors, including door sensor (IOT-S500-MCS), IOT-S500-TH, and IOT-S500-LGT, have been installed indoors to detect and collect values of temperature, humidity, status of door, and light status. To keep the housing environment of poultry industry steady with the suitable temperature, humidity, and light status, the IOT-S500-TH is set to send real-time measurement for every 5 min over LoRaWAN® network, the IOT-S500-LGT can detect and collect values of light and transmit to LoRaWAN® Gateway instantly without any delay and the door sensor has monitored the status of door in case any chicken running out from the housing or being confronted with unexpected intruder.
All the sensors and gateway are around 2km away from the Inmaa headquarters and all the data can be transmitted successfully and reported on the IoT platform (tested for 12 times already). The sensors and gateway support two-way communications and offer good performance in both short distance and long range connectivities. Users can get real-time data and measurements of broilers housing environment on the IoT platform and identify critical issues causing process inefficiencies, making decision towards the holistic improvement of the production chain.
To offer more streamlined and enjoyable user experiences, our customers have arranged some testings for this IoT-based solution for poultry industry. The testings for this pilot project have lasted for 8 months from summer to autumn and come with various satisfied results. It is an acknowledgement of IoTNVR and Inmaa insights that have brought greater flexibility and autonomy to the life cycle management of animal husbandry.