Water Sensors

The monitoring and checking of water supplies is one of the most common and time-consuming tasks in agriculture. Many areas of a business rely on water supply. This includes use in a homestead or business headquarters, for livestock, crops, or on a broader irrigation scale. Water sensors not only measure quantity of available water, but some devices also lend themselves to understanding flow rates, turbidity, temperature or even salinity.

Monitoring water supply has proven to be one of the best examples of use case and return on investment established in relation to installation of Digital Technology both here in Australia but also across the world.

There are numerous devices and solutions on the market today, as well as many connectivity options available to connect these devices to your chosen network.

View the following video from Matt Wood about the importance of water to his business.

For a comprehensive list of providers available, head over to AgTech Finder.

Key Points

Water sensors measure more than quantity. They can also measure flow rates, turbidity, temperature or even salinity.