Remote monitoring for agriculture and horticulture
Remotely watch the weather and other assets on your farm
Get your farm online and increase your efficiency
Watch the weather and your farm
No technical skills required
Live data on your pc or smartphone
No Wi-Fi or internet required
Data accessible via API
Your farm is a business that deserves your full attention. There’s a lot going on, and you can only do one thing at a time. Many of your buildings and machines are located remotely, and you have crops and cattle in widely separated places. Your weather info should be accurate and you have many other things to monitor. Sounds like a job for the Reporter.
With no internet and no grid power available, weather conditions like soil humidity, leaf wetness or frost can be hard to measure in real time. That’s why the Reporter comes with a cellular connection, a large internal battery and solar charging technology. Enjoy live measurements at an interval as low as 30 seconds. Even on those long, dark winter days.
Many other assets on your farm require attention, like buildings and machines. You need to watch the temperature in your piggeries and chicken sheds. The level of your water basin and grain silo is important, and the pressure on those water pipes should be stable.
The Reporter connects up to six sensors of your choice. Depending on your activity, you can simply use the set of sensors that’s required. You only pay for what you need. Use our connected relay module to remotely control a pump or valve with the touch of a button on your phone or pc.
The Crodeon Reporter has an industrial SIM card pre-installed and is online from the moment it leaves our factories. Getting started requires no technical skills at all. Pretty much anyone can install a custom sensor kit in just a matter of minutes. Stop wasting time and get your farm online.
During the season we use the Reporter as an additional pop-up controller for monitoring temperature and air humidity. The Reporter is easy to set up, reliable and exceptionally user friendly with its historical and graphical tools.