After the Spring Festival we are back with a New Product Post to keep you up to date with all the new products in the industrial IoT category.
Seeed IIoT product SenseCAP series were exhibited at the 1st World Digital Agriculture Conference & the 19th Guangdong Seed Expo.
Seeed IIoT products SenseCAP series are shortlisted for “Green Tech Catalog 2020”, with recognition from the industry for the product quality and its economical and social benefits.
Seeed Partners with OPEN in the Global IoT Education Initiative to Promote Global Sustainable Agriculture
Seeed is honoured to join the partnership with OPEN (One Planet Education Network) in the global IoT education initiative that aims at bringing the next-generation technologies into classrooms and communities, guiding the students and community residents to learn and solve the real-world challenges.
This is a guest blog written by Han Wei, the IoT Tech Specialist of our partner – the MIE Industrial SDN BHD in Malaysia.
Seeed is invited to participate in the 6th China (International) Smart Agriculture Application & Innovation Forum (iAgri China) from September 25th to September 26th to give a speech about Empowering the Digitization of agriculture with IoT and Sensor Technology.
SenseCAP has recently been certified with LoRaWAN™ certification and it is now listed on the LoRa Alliance certificated products page.
We are thrilled to announce SenseCAP LoRaWAN sensors can now work on the Helium Network,
SenseCAP LoRaWAN Contributes to Smart Greenhouse, Monitoring Environmental Data for Growing Tropical Fruits in Shandong, Northern China.
Poverty alleviation has been one of the top priorities in China’s modern social development. In
Air pollution is one of the biggest threats to public health – and it’s everywhere.
Located in the North China Plain, the small city Dingzou has a strong focus on
Seeed SenseCAP Sensing Network Deployed at a Greenhouse Plantation in Shandong China, Empowering Precision Agriculture
In a small county in Shandong Province, northern China, the government encourages local farmers to