The IoT (Internet of Things) application aims to increase production by 25% and save 50% in input costs.
It was reported that a cooperation between Vodafone and Antalya Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ATSO) has been developed for the establishment of Digital Agriculture Stations.
According to a statement made by Vodafone, within the context of the agreement between Antalya Chamber of Commerce and Industry Chairman Davut Çetin and Vodafone Turkey Corporate Sales Director Ender Özgün, Vodafone Business Digital Agricultural Stations will be established on the lands of ATSO members.
With the systems implemented on two plots in the first stage, the condition of the fields, soil moisture and needs can be remotely controlled.
Vodafone Turkey Corporate Sales Director Ender Özgün said, in the statement, if the agricultural IoT solutions, they presented, can be used efficiently at least 25 percent increase in production and quality, up to 50 percent saving in cost of inputs could be provided.