Weather SensorModem


Weather Sensor

Measures soil moisture and air humidity, the temperature of both soil and air, and determines the level of light intensity for a part of the field. Cheap to buy, easy to install, simple to use.

At the base there are sensors for measuring soil moisture and temperature at two different depths

At the top there is sensor for measuring light intensity, air humidity and temperature

Device is powered by four AA batteries, lasting through the season

Several times a day data is transferred to the OneSoil platform via a SIM card


Soil moisture and temperature measurement

Air humidity and temperature measurement

Cloudy and sunny days detection

Dew point calculationSoon

Growing degree−day calculation

Precipitation rate measurementSoon

Plant disease predictionSoon

Pest emergence predictionSoon

Allows monitoring of crop performance, optimizing irrigation schedules and frequency, as well as determining the optimal time to apply fertilizers

How to order

We will release a new batch of weather sensors in early 2020. If you would like to order a device, contact us at Our weather sensor is several times cheaper than a standard weather station.

We will help to determine the number of sensors your farm requires and advise on the best set up locations. Installation takes a couple of minutes: simply dig a small hole in the soil and plant the sensor in it. Immediately after, the device will begin transferring data to the OneSoil platform.

We also developed a modem


Transfers data between agricultural equipment and the OneSoil platform over a mobile network. Determines the machinery’s location. Compatible with all brands of onboard computers. Affordable price.

PricingWe will release a new version in 2020. Contact us at
Using the built−in GPS-navigator, the modem determines the machinery’s location on the field
Using the built-in GPS-navigator, the modem determines the machinery’s location on the field
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Visualisation in the OneSoil platform

All information about the machinery’s operation is displayed in our system in a simple and understandable way. The farmer can check the route and application rates, and identify problem areas immediately after the fieldwork is completed. This allows to quickly fix any overlaps and gaps, thus saving on seeds, fertilizers, and pesticides.

How to use

Connect to the onboard computer via a USB port

Send tasks to the equipment remotely from the office

Check machinery location in real time

Get reports on the completed work to your computer

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