Hi, I am Pavel, and I am going to show you
in two minutes an overview of an IoT architecture. In this case for the agriculture industry. At the end of this video, you are going to
know how IoT can help you with your situation in agriculture. There are a lot of use cases in the agriculture
industry that IoT can help you to solve. But for each use case, the final solution
will be slightly different, even if the general system architecture is based on the same principles. The core of every IoT system is DATA. Lots of DATA. The architecture of IoT system has to provide
an ability to collect data from sensors, store data for analysis, analyse the data to gain
insights and share the gained results with other systems or users. Now I am going to show you the complete example. There is a farmer who lives in a far away
house. He owns the field with poppies. But poppy is very prone to mildew and other
diseases, that can damage the whole yield. What can the farmer do? He could repeatedly spray with fungicides
and pesticides the whole yield OR he could identify the problem in the right moment and
spray at the right time on the right place. And thus he could save costs, reduce environmental
impact and produce more and better poppies. But how can he do it? He can place sensors to different parts of
the field to measure environmental and climate conditions and plants changes. Then, data from all sensors are transmitted
to a central unit where can be processed by a SW. The SW is designed to manage sensors, analyse
their data, visualise the results and set rules for notifications to inform other systems
or users about important situations. Such system can be really helpful to the farmer,
who can react immediately to each situation and helps him to treat or harvest appropriately
and thus protect his precious and make some savings. That’s it. You can find more information on i2ot.eu See
you next time.