The devices were tested for software configuration functionality, hardware operation and data acquisition, energy consumption, and connectivity.Field experiment results demonstrated that the system represents a complete monitoring system, which provides efficient performance for developing information systems in precision viticulture.The gateway collects agrometeorological data and utilizes a wireless technology for data transmission and for communication between the motes and the central server (webpage).
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Using this technology, farmers can make real-time decisions such as scheduling irrigation periods, preventing diseases, choosing the right time for harvesting and so on.
In this project, a Wireless Sensor Network system was designed and developed for remote real-time monitoring and collection of micrometeorological parameter data in three distant vineyards.
Other permits may require adherence to FWC guidelines or species management plans.
Guidelines are available for Florida burrowing owls and ospreys found in urban areas or nesting on unsuitable man-made structures.
Permits may be issued with the condition that an approved management plan be implemented demonstrating that permitted activities will result in a conservation benefit for the species.
Most scientific and educational use permits require approved research proposals or educational outreach plans.
Management plans are available for the bald eagle, flatwoods salamander, peregrine falcon, red-cockaded woodpecker, and Miami blue butterfly.