The On-Farm Internet of Things Trial was established by Agriculture Victoria in 2020 to provide a wide range of Internet of Things (loT) solutions for farmers in the trial regions. NNNCo is rolling out the Low Power Wide Area Networks to cover approximately 600 farms and 5,000 square kilometres across four regions. The roll-out will provide coverage to every farm in the trial regions with LoRaWAN network connectivity and NNNCo’s data aggregation platform, N2N-DL, ensuring farmers can connect devices for a wide range of applications.
The trial is taking place across four farm types, Dairy, Horticulture, Grains and Sheep. Network connectivity for the trial is expected to cover the local government areas of Wellington, Buloke, Loddon, Greater Shepparton and parts of Moira Shire.
To find out more about coverage roll-out, contact the Agriculture Victoria Trial Coordinators.
About the Trial
Round 2 grant funding opened in December 2020 and will end on 26th February 2021.
Watch this short video to learn how the On-Farm Internet of Things Trial is working. Under the trial, Agriculture Victoria is supporting the delivery of IoT connectivity to the trial regions and partnering with participating farmers to test the impact of IoT on Victorian farms.