Here you could find the answers to the most frequently asked questions by our customers. If you need us to elaborate more on some of the FAQs or have other questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.
BeVine is designed for winegrowers, agronomists and consultants that want to improve their decision making process in terms of spraying scheduling or other vineyard activities.
- Schedule a meeting for a demo.
- Discuss the field(s) topology and what’s the best-case scenario to install in-field sensors.
- BeVine gives you an offer.
- Installation of the hardware sensors and software configuration for the client.
BeVine’s solution requires the weather station to be equipped with sensors for: leaf wetness, air temperature, air humidity, soil temperature, soil moisture, rain sensor, wind direction and wind speed.
Yes, but first we need to verify that we can receive data from the station dynamically (via REST API), then discuss your field topology and give you an offer.
It mostly depends on the field topology rather than the field’s size. We will need to asses whether all the points from the field are on the same level or there are some critical points which are on a different level from the the others and the weather conditions there are different. This results in differences in the disease prediction models. An offer can be made after a detailed discussion about your field topology.
A critical point is an area of the field where you observe have differences from other parts of the same field in terms of disease spreading or ripening.
If you don’t have such observations we will provide you with a checklist to help us understand whether there are field anomalies or not. For example: there is more moisture, there is not enough wind or there are temperature differentiates from other parts of the field.
The meteorological station has a SIM card. All you need is to make sure that there is GSM or 4G network available in your vineyard without establishing any cable internet.
Downy mildew (Plasmopara viticola), Powdery Mildew (Uncinula necator), Black Rot (Guignardia bidwellii) – coming soon, Grey mould (Botrytis Cinerea) – coming soon.