Wyld Networks has signed a framework contract with Delta-T Devices, a world leader in sensors for the Agritech sector, to develop and supply Wyld LPWAN (Low Power Wide Area Network) wireless connectivity for Delta-T’s state-of-the-art soil moisture sensors.
Wyld and Delta-T join forces to connect soil sensors
The co-developed solution will provide commercial growers and researchers with a reliable and convenient way to access and share critical sensor data. The new wireless-enabled devices will connect to the DeltaLink-Cloud data sharing platform to offer a powerful tool to help maximise crop yield and quality, while reducing environmental damage and costs.
Dr John Newstead of Delta-T Devices said, “We are committed to adding wireless connectivity to our well-established sensor range and Wyld Network’s impressive expertise in this area makes it the ideal partner to help achieve our aims.”
“We are very pleased to be working in partnership to bring together Wyld Networks IoT wireless technology and Delta-T’s advanced soil moisture sensor solutions,” said Alastair Williamson, CEO of Wyld Networks. “Agritech is a major growth market in the IoT sector, with analyst AMR forecasting the market to grow to $48 billion by 2025.”
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