SGMD), a major supplier to the growing hydroponic cultivation sector, today announces a new corporate initiative to develop cultivation monitoring systems for hemp and other agricultural commodities. The Artificial Intelligence (AI) driven devices will be placed at various locations within hemp fields to gather vital information about soil moisture, temperature, humidity, etc. and will be data linked back to central control systems.
This monitoring system will allow hemp cultivators to actively monitor conditions in real time. Sugarmade has entered into a joint venture with an engineering group to develop and commercialize the technology.
The new cultivation monitoring technology will be based on narrowband Internet of Things technology, often referred to as NB-IoT, which is a cellular communications technology that provides wide-area coverage to gather and disseminate information. The main advantages of this technology are the long battery life of the data collection devices, low complexity of the network and the significant coverage extending well beyond existing cellular technologies. For these reasons, NB-IoT is practically well suited for use as a networking technology for hemp cultivation monitoring systems. Sugarmade believes this will be the first system to be developed for this unique application.
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