DURABLE AND RELIABLE
ALTERNATIVE TO BATTERIES

We develop sensors that draw their power from living plants.

In this way we avoid the use of batteries and offer a sustainable alternative. This technology is often integrated with Internet-of-Things (IoT) techniques.

Applications

We adapt the Plant-e system for groundwater, soil moisture and various environmental sensors. This contributes to a more efficient and cost-effective water supply for plants in urban areas, because we know exactly when water is needed. This allows us to reduce water supply and associated travel movements by 25%.

The Plant-e system is also extremely useful at remote locations for monitoring local conditions, such as groundwater levels.

Our first IoT solutions – such as groundwater, soil moisture and phenology sensors – have been successfully applied in pilots and are ready for the next phase. For more information about this, please visit our reference projects.

environmental monitoring
  • Soil moisture
  • Temperature
  • rain gauge
  • air quality
Rice fields
  • Electrical conduction
  • Water level
water management in wetlands
  • Temperature
  • Water quality
  • Water level
Remote monitoring of the rainforest
  • Soil moisture
  • Temperature
  • Water level

White paper sensors

We have a whitepaper available that describes the technology and all specifications.

PARTNERS

Projects with sensors

We discuss projects in close consultation with the client, where various applications are possible with our technology. Below you will find some example projects that we have completed.

We are ready to discuss with you and convert your sustainable wishes into a green energy project. Contact us at  sales@plant-e.com and we will contact you for an initial information meeting or to provide more information.


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Plant-e is currently setting up a pilot project for wireless water level measurement in a peat area in Sumatra.

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