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OneSoil Sensor: Discover the potential of our wireless weather station

OneSoil Sensor measures soil moisture and air humidity, the temperature of both soil and air, and determines the level of light intensity for a specified portion of a field. Soon, this sensor will also be able to predict plant diseases, the emergence of pests, and other field processes.

A simple and functional sensor

OneSoil Sensor brings the functionality of a standard weather station at a drastically reduced cost. Unlike other sensors, the installation of our device only takes a few minutes. All you need to do is to dig a small hole in the soil and plant OneSoil Sensor in it. Immediately after, the device begins collecting field data. There is a sensor at the base of the device that measures soil moisture and temperature. The opposite end is fitted with sensors that measure light intensity, air humidity and air temperature. With just one set of AA batteries, you can use OneSoil Sensor for the entire season and easily replace batteries in the field.

Every 1−2 hours, all data collected via the sensor is transmitted to cloud storage through a sim card. Currently, we are developing a web application that will provide farmers with a deep analysis of the state of their field. We use machine learning methods for data analysis.

A simple and intuitive interface will allow farmers not only monitor the soil condition in real time but also predict plant diseases and get more accurate weather forecast for a field. In addition, OneSoil Sensor will optimize irrigation schedule and frequency. It will also suggest the optimal time to apply fertilizers to avoid detrimental effects, such as damaging your crops if applied at high temperatures.
OneSoil Sensor in a field

How you can own OneSoil Sensor and help develop the product

We began work on our weather sensor in 2017 and field-tested the first prototype in summer of the same year. We then modified and improved the model and produced the first 50 this winter. All sensors are assembled in Belarus and distributed among our partners, at a prime cost of $ 200.

Planned OneSoil Sensor features:
Plant disease prediction
Pest emergence prediction
Dew point calculation
Calculation of soil water balance
Precipitation rate measurement
Growing degree-day calculation
Cloud and sunlight analysis
To extend the sensor's functionality, it is integral we collect ample data through field-testing our devices. We want you to be part of this exciting process. Email at to purchase one of our sensors. We'll be with you every step of the way, letting you know how many sensors your farm requires and advise you on the best locations. While, on average, we recommend one sensor per 25 hectares, the exact number will depend on the topography of your fields and your soil type. By joining us, you'll get tips from our experts on how to tackle the problems at your fields that data from OneSoil Sensor helps to detect.
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