Connectivity and IoT solution providing environmental monitoring of farm buildings such as shearing sheds and pump houses. Provides real-time data on temperature, humidity, noise and CO2.
Benefits include the potential to optimise heating and cooling, maximise health and comfort of workers, lower energy costs and reduce environmental impact.
There is a network provisioning fee where there is no pre-existing coverage. Devices are priced per unit with economies of scale. Connectivity costs are based on the number of devices connected with a minimum connectivity pack, which includes device management via N2N-DL platform.
Where there is no pre-existing LoRaWAN coverage, a local gateway is professionally installed by either NNNCo or a third party service provider. The IoT device for this solution is generally self-installed by the farmer with NNNCo providing installation instructions and phone or email support as needed during normal working hours. This device is easily installed and does not require an electrician for installation.
|Ongoing maintenance required and support provided in Australia
NNNCo maintains and operates the LoRaWAN network, with no work required on the farmer's part. Devices are low maintenance and can be self-maintained by the farmer. The device operates with low battery consumption and batteries can be replaced by the farmer as required. The solution comes with a device management platform (N2N-DL) which gives farmers visibility of device status and performance.
|Units deployed commercially
|Data ownership policy
Customer owns all data and has complete autonomy to choose if/when/how to provide access to data to third parties.
|Data privacy and security policy
|National Narrowband Network Co (NNNCo)
|All of Australia
NNNCo provides LoRaWAN connectivity and smart farm solutions as part of a major trial in the ACT by Carwoola Pastoral Company and Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA). Carwoola spans four properties with a total footprint of 6,500 hectares, used primarily for mixed grazing purposes, winter fodder crop and irrigated lucerne.
In 2018, Carwoola and Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) teamed up to deploy and test a range of connectivity and AgTech technologies to gain deep, practical insight into the market capability and the benefits of current technologies.
As part of the trial, four LoRaWAN gateways were installed across the four properties, providing comprehensive LoRaWAN coverage. Devices were deployed for a range of solutions including four NNNCo applications - 1. Cattle Grid Monitoring 2. Environmental monitoring for sheds and pump houses 3. Asset tracking for Quad Runners and Feed Carts and 4. Farm Gate Open / Close.
Results from the trial are due in 2019.
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