Farmdeck Water Level Monitoring

Through sensors installed in your water tanks, dams, troughs, and turkey nests, you can monitor water levels in real-time on the Farmdeck app.

Pricing model

Sensors, networking hardware and installation services are priced via quote. Access to the Farmdeck application to see your data is subscription based depending on the number of farms and users you need. See more details on pricing here:

Installation process

The solution is installed by Farmdeck, and the team also adds the water assets to the customer's Farmdeck account on the app. Our team is also composed of wireless and networking engineers who can design and deploy the network required for your farm to do IoT. Alternatively, we can install Farmdeck on any network already available at your farm.

Ongoing maintenance required and support provided in Australia

We have technical staff on the ground to provide support for hardware set up and maintenance, software training and data interpretation. We also provide support by phone during normal working hours.

Units deployed commercially100
Energy source

Battery Powered

Communications compatibility

LoRaWAN (Farmdeck can design and deploy the network required for connectivity)

Data ownership policy

Farmdeck provides a private network solely for customers and all data is kept within Australia. The data is owned by the customer and not made available to any other third party organisation without prior consent by the customer.

Data privacy and security policy

Farmdeck respects the customer's right to privacy and is committed to safeguarding the privacy of our customers and software application users. We adhere to the National Privacy Principles established by the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth). This policy sets out how we collect and treat our customers' personal information.To read our Privacy Policy, visit:

Supported RegionsAll of Australia
Case Study

Farmdeck helped Red Hill Farm owner, Luke Bowman, solve his water level monitoring challenge. Red Hill Farm is located in Barraba, a town 90 kilometres north of Tamworth, NSW, a region deeply affected by the drought after two years without rain (from 2017 to 2019). Luke sees technology as the best way to optimise the 2,400-hectare farm and their practices before passing it on to the next generation. To sustain their 700 breading cows, the farm has 8 water tanks, and up to 50 active troughs at any given time. To ensure utilised paddocks have enough water and there are no leaks, a daily water run is required. This task is estimated to take roughly two hours out of their morning. Luke felt that the way he and his family had been operating was inefficient and could be improved with technology. Read the whole case study here:

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