Soracom provides reliable, secure cellular connectivity for AgTech IoT solutions to help increase efficiency, improve crop yields, reduce costs, and improve the overall sustainability of agricultural operations.
A single multi-carrier IoT SIM from Soracom provides reliable cellular coverage for your devices and sensors in agricultural fields, wherever they are deployed.
Reduce costs by deactivating unused SIMs during off-season months (such as in the winter) and then reactivate them when needed during the warmer months.
Engineers get access to platform features to optimise data use, battery life, and perform support tasks remotely.
Register your Soracom SIM and connect devices to a global cellular network in less than 5 minutes.
Point the data from your IoT device to a cloud platform with no-code integrations with AWS and Azure.
Add your devices to a virtual private network (VPN), lock SIMs to specific hardware, and more in a few clicks.
Support crop and livestock health with real-time monitoring that alerts you to the first sign of illness.
Connected sensors in livestock wearables allow farmers to monitor heart rate, blood pressure, respiratory rate, temperature, digestion, and other vitals.
Cellular connectivity from Soracom makes it easy to monitor and control water resources to meet demand while also reducing waste and cutting operational costs.
We’re proud to help AgTech solutions all over the world to transmit IoT data over cellular and connect directly to cloud platforms
Learn more about the varietry of tools that Soracom provides to help technical innovators build a more connected world.
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“We chose Soracom because their wide service area covered all of the countries where we planned to deploy.”
“Soracom provides that extra layer of security we need to keep our customers’ data from falling into the wrong hands.”
“Soracom’s team worked closely with ours to optimise our connectivity architecture.”