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The 30MHz API: putting sensory data in context

January 16, 2018

Sensory data is a powerful tool in agriculture (or any industry, for that matter), enabling farmers to use granular, crop-level measurements to make better decisions for better harvests, optimise storage, improve processing and streamline transport. But we know that data’s always stronger, and more powerful, together.

Speaking to customers across agriculture, we hear common complaints: “I’m juggling too many dashboards, I don’t want to add another one” or “if only I could compare my sensor measurements with data from the rest of my tech ecosystem.” 

We’ve built the ZENSIE dashboard to put an end to siloed analytics. No more juggling between interfaces that won’t communicate and don’t share. From sensors to climate computers, 30MHz customers can unlock insights from all their data points in one central location, on any device. The powerful, two-way ZENSIE API makes it quick and easy to see sensory data in context, bringing insights captured by wireless sensors to external applications, or ingesting third-party data into the ZENSIE dashboard.

30MHz works with climate control leaders LetsGrow, enabling customers of both companies to benefit from the real-time microclimate data captured with wireless sensors. This, data in combination with insights from climate computers provides deep, actionable insights to help growers better respond to crop-specific needs and further optimise crop production strategies. Similarly, 30MHz and irrigation control experts Sercom have joined forces to enable Sercom customers make use of the sensor platform for both hardware and data needs, further informing irrigation decision-making with sensory data.

Need more technical details? Read more about our API, or get in touch below.

 

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