Receive near real-time alerts on your device if one of your quad bikes tips or rolls over. A sensor is fitted onto your quad bike which monitors the vehicle’s positioning. This sensor will detect when a vehicle is on its side or not upright because of an accident, so you can respond quickly to reduce the risk of harm on your farm. Read more about Quad Bike Rollover Alerting at https://www.farmdeck.com/feature/quad-bike-rollover/
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: https://www.farmdeck.com/pricing/
The solution is installed by Farmdeck. Our team is 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 commercially||50|
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|
|Supported Regions||All of Australia|
Quad Bike Rollover alerts at Stoney Creek Farm Stoney Creek is a 500-hectare farm located in Bathurst, NSW. They are home to 100 breeding cows and several hundred sheep. Owner Mick Willott, as a part-time farmer, wanted to prioritise safety even when he is not on the farm. Using LoRa and GPS technology, sensors are installed onto his utes and quad bikes so their location and movement can be detected. Working cooperatively with vehicle tracking, tilt sensors that detect when a bike has rolled over have been fitted onto Mick’s quadbikes. In case of a rollover accident, Mick and other workers will receive an alert, allowing them to promptly attend to the vehicle. Read the whole case study here: https://www.farmdeck.com/stories/stoney-creek-farm/
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