Growing requirements for RF technologies in smart agriculture applications, say Amphenol RF

10 April 2019


Amphenol RF has released its Smart Agriculture Solutions Guide, designed to aid design engineers in the interconnect selection process and highlight sealed solutions for smart agri applications. 

RF technologies are required to facilitate smart agriculture infrastructure, due to the sharp increase in data collection devices and sensors. Utilising real-time information allows for a rise in efficiency that allows the agricultural industry to maximise yield and automate systems.

Farms can benefit from using technologies that integrate sensor data, equipment and analytics. GPS-tagged data and web-based applications enable farmers to analyse their crop yields in detail, while software commands to drones, robotics and other systems can help automate precision farming.

Since most smart agriculture hardware is deployed outdoors across wide areas, weather-resistant sealed electronics for wireless connectivity are critical. IP67-rated sealed connectors, cable assemblies and adaptors from Amphenol RF enable cloud connectivity for all smart agri solutions, even withstanding challenging weather conditions.

Amphenol RF Smart Agriculture Solutions Guide
Amphenol RF Smart Agriculture Solutions Guide

To help address such applications, Amphenol RF has introduced its Smart Agriculture Solutions Guide, a digital short-form catalogue designed to help engineers streamline the interconnect selection process within the smart agri vertical. This comprehensive guide provides customers with an overview of the emerging IoT market, smart agriculture (also known as precision farming), and a breakdown of the core applications, alongside valuable product information required for developing the infrastructure necessary. 

Amphenol RF connectors, cable assemblies and adapters enable wireless connectivity for nearly all smart agriculture initiatives where wireless connectivity is required to transmit data. 


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