Exhibitors 2021


ACUADORI – Measuring water in plants

ACUADORI – Measuring water in plants

ACUADORI is an easy-to-use, low-cost platform for water monitoring of vineyards. It has minimal impact on agricultural activities, minimal or no maintenance requirements and consists of a network of wireless devices with very low consumption. The platform core are novel sensors capable of monitoring the leaves to assess hydration level of the plant. The sensing units are arranged in an IoT network based on LoRa radio technology to acquire and distribute the data. All information is available on the cloud to enable informed decisions on irrigation strategies.




ACUADORI – Measuring water in plants

Massimo Barbaro, Silvia Loddo, Paolo Meloni, Marco Tanca, Riccardo Carboni, Francesco Marcato, Augusto Mura, Roberto Ruda

Massimo Barbaro is Associate Professor of Electronics. Research interests are implantable electronics, biosensors, and microelectronics. He published more than 70 papers and holds 3 patents.
Paolo Meloni is Assistant Professor of Electronics. Research interests are digital architectures for machine learning and edge computing. He published more than 60 papers.
Silvia Loddo and Marco Tanca are Senior Researchers. R. Carboni, F. Marcato, A. Mura and R. Ruda are graduate students and research associates.
All authors are from University of Cagliari, Lab of Microelectronics and Bioengineering.



 Research
  K.02 (pav. K) - Università di Cagliari
 2021

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