Smart Farms Solutions

Farm Security Technology & Livestock Management Software

Use smart farm security solutions and real-time livestock management software for efficient farm management and swift security.

Protect the storage of crops, fertiliser and fuel

Protect the storage of crops, fertiliser and fuel

Secure farm perimeters and buildings

Secure farm perimeters and buildings

Safeguard your workers and livestock

Safeguard your workers and livestock

Protect and secure your farm without disrupting your everyday routine

Smarter Technologies’ smart agriculture solutions, farm security technology, and herd management solutions monitor your farm site and assets—equipment, equestrian equipment, outbuildings, crops, tools, fuel and livestock—in real time.

Our secure Orion, The Real-Time Data Network provides a cost-effective and easily scalable way for farmers to:

  • Gain a comprehensive view of and total control over your farm assets
  • See who is visiting and where your workers are located
  • Monitor the health and security of your livestock
  • Track and recover lost and stolen equipment
  • Secure your rural business, home and workers
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Smarter Technologies' smart farm security technology and livestock management solutions allow you to efficiently monitor your farmland and its assets.

Features of smart farms

Smart Farm Management features

  • Bullet point Trackers on all valuable assets
  • Bullet point Real-time monitoring and instant notifications
  • Bullet point Secure your farm’s perimeter, outbuildings and farmhouse
  • Bullet point Control site access, staff, suppliers and visitors

Smart Farm benefits

Combat organised rural crime

Recover stolen assets fast

Early disease detection and prevention

Protect your assets, workers, livestock and family

Optimise your operations

Lower insurance premiums

Insurance Approved

Our farmers save an average of 10% on insurance premiums!

Do you wish you could mitigate the risk of loss and damage from thieves and vandals, livestock and crop disease, trespassers and unleashed dogs? How much money could you save with a 10% discount on your insurance premiums?*

Taking steps to mitigate risk = lower insurance premiums!

*UK figures

Our Smart Farm Sensor Solutions Include:

GPS Tags
GPS Tags
Tractor Guidance GPS Tags
Tractor Guidance GPS Tags
Perimeter Protection
Perimeter Protection
CCTV
CCTV
Electric Fence Monitoring
Electric Fence Monitoring
Monitoring and Recovery
Monitoring and Recovery
Motion Sensors
Motion Sensors
Pressure Pads
Pressure Pads
Water/Fuel Level
Water/Fuel Level
Temperature/Humidity Sensors
Temperature/Humidity Sensors
Noxious Gas
Noxious Gas
PH Levels
PH Levels
Smoke Detectors
Smoke Detectors
Door/Gate Sensors
Door/Gate Sensors

Smart Farm System Use Cases

Livestock Bolus

Think of the money you could save by the early detection of pneumonia, bovine viral diarrhoea virus (BVD) and bovine respiratory disease (BRD) - long before your herd begins to show outward symptoms?

Placed in the rumen of cattle, Smarter Technologies' bolus provides early notifications of disease challenges and can be used as a precise management tool to help detect breeding and performance benefits.

The rumen bolus is designed to provide continuous and reliable temperature measurement of the rumen. All data is transmitted automatically, first to the gateway, and then to a cloud-based system that allows farmers, vets and scientists to process the information and deal with unexpected issues.

Cattle collars give you remote visibility of the location of your livestock, updated every 15 minutes. Save costs and time by checking on your livestock using your bespoke dashboard. You can also set up geofences to receive notifications if livestock moves out of a designated area.

How it works?

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Learn more about smart farming with our comprehensive guide.


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We have used the Orion security system on our farm in Somerset for a number of years. In February 2021, we had an electric fence charger stolen from the farm. We contacted Smarter Technologies, who confirmed that the GPS tag was reporting in Burton on Trent. We headed up there because we had also purchased the RF tracking recovery wand. After a number of hours trying to locate the stolen asset, it became clear that the electric fence charger was moving around the country.

Even though the electric fence charger isn't an expensive piece of equipment, Smarter Technologies deployed their full recovery team to assist. With the help of the team, we located a van that had the stolen items inside. With the help of police, we apprehended the thief.

I cannot praise the Orion™ products and the services of Smarter Technologies highly enough, and we intend to purchase more equipment from them in the future.

Craig Wakely, Farm Owner

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Smart Farm Case Study

A case study highlighting the importance of innovative agriculture security technologies to combat the rise in rural crime.

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The best way to secure your farm in this day and age is to leverage smart technology. A system of sensors and other smart farm equipment gathers data that is sent in real time via a secure network to a central platform. From there, you'll be able to identify any security breaches. The system will also send you instant alerts if your farm's security has been breached in any way.
At the core of a smart farm is connected technology. You need to have smart sensors and devices connected to a communication network. These devices send your farm's data to a central management platform, which can be used to help you use the data effectively. The transition to smart farming starts by identifying your smart farm priorities. Since smart technology can measure virtually anything, it's important to decide on a logical, effective smart technology roll-out strategy. Once you have the network technology in place, you can connect almost anything that you need to measure and manage.
Smart farming has a range of applications in the agricultural industry, from farm security to improving yields and achieving sustainable farming goals. Essentially, smart farming provides real-time data to inform system automations and help you make better farming decisions. You can measure virtually anything - moisture levels in the soil, internal temperature of your cattle, the open/close status of farm gates, the location of your farming equipment... the list goes on. It's recommended that you speak to a smart farming expert to help you identify your smart farming priorities.

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