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LoRaWAN Field Day
April 5 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Please join us at Scott and Sellina Bate’s property “Bundah” on Tuesday 5 April to learn about LoRaWAN wireless technology and its benefits for improving on-farm efficiencies and decision making.
Guest speakers will include ag-tech entrepreneur Andrew Sevil of “Whyenbah” Dirranbandi, and Tom Wyatt from Span Engineering, Emerald – specialists in control, automation, and communication in rural and regional areas.
Scott Bate will show us some of the applications of LoRaWAN on his property, and Eddie Campbell from Goondiwindi Communications will talk about how they can assist growers and their in-house sensors suitable for remote locations that don’t lend themselves to the LoRaWAN model.
Lunch and morning tea are included.
LoRaWAN is a low power, wide area network that sends data via sensors without a WIFI or mobile signal. Sensors can measure & track water pressure & height, electric fences, rain, weather, stock weights, soil moisture, fuel tank levels & vehicles.
This field day is supported by funding from AgriFutures Australia.
Non member / general admission
Macintyre Ag Alliance Member