On February 27th, the preliminary results were delivered in the province of La Ligua, for the telemetry project advised by INDAP, which was managed by Fernando Castro, Advisor.
The goal was to understand the benefits of telemetry and seek financial support, which will help bring this technology to smaller agricultural markets, and those who attended were farmers, consultants and representatives of INDAP from the 4th, 5th and Metropolitan Region.
The main exhibits were from system suppliers that have allowed energy saving of 30% in the season, through accurate factor measurements, such as soil moisture, water and climate, among which WiseConn was a part of. Among these, we can mention the testing phase of the first prototype on San Joaquin campus. It is a facility that has also served as a demonstration site for students of the Faculty of Agronomy of the same University.