MTS helped preserve the harvest of vegetables in the Urals until spring

15 May 2018, 14:24 | Economy
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MTS specialists equipped 10 vegetable stores of the largest in the Middle Urals agro-industrial complex "Belorechensky" with telemetry systems. Sensors and controllers installed in the farm, fix the temperature of the air in the store around the clock. In plans - to install controllers that will read parameters such as humidity, light, power consumption and even the number of visits. All received data are transmitted over cellular communication in real time, concentrated in the cloud storage and are available for monitoring and analysis by specialists. The convergent solution offered by MTS is designed to minimize losses of vegetables during winter storage and to reduce heat and power consumption by reducing the number of visits to storage facilities.

"Telematic data service can become one of the most popular services for Russian commodity producers. It provides real-time monitoring and control of the most important parameters of the operation of devices and mechanisms, the consumption of resources. Allows you to monitor the set values. MTS is able to find a remote dispatch solution for businesses of all sizes from the boiler house to the logistics center with minimal initial investment and guaranteed service. And we are glad that our service has found a demand among Russian agricultural producers "- says the director of PJSC" MTS "in the Sverdlovsk region Andrey Popov.

Belorechensky is one of the top twenty largest Russian agro-holdings. The volume of storage of vegetables in the farm is 50 thousand tons.

"We are the largest player among agrofirms in the region, potato produce more than 10% of gross harvest in the region, its yield reaches 300 c / ha, which is twice higher than the average regional rate.

But, vegetable growing is that branch of agriculture where the result largely depends on external factors and our ability to minimize losses. We have equipped our vegetable stores with modern ventilation and refrigeration equipment, and now with remote monitoring systems that will create optimal conditions for storage of products. Saving the harvest, we expect to receive additional income due to higher prices of potatoes and vegetables in the spring "- said the general director of JSC APK" Belorechensky "Alexander Kozhevnikov.

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