There are several advantages of implementing digital systems, both environmental and business wise. Creating optimal conditions for growth and animal welfare, by means of digital hardware and data analysis, leads to better crops and greater food production.
Within the smart farming market, there exists several challenges today; data from each sensor has to be written into different systems, which means that each company only have access to some of the data and cannot analyse the data as a whole. The (IoT) sensors used in farms are vendor locked-in devices, making it difficult to create machine to machine communication and automatic data collecting.
In order to implement different devices into a common digital system, devices require customization and translation to a common language/protocol. Quasar performs this translation automatically, allows for easy control of several devices in one single system, and thus minimizes resource and time usage.