Pflanzensensoren für professionelle Anwendungen

Mit dem FYTA Beam ist ein Produkt entstanden, das so flexibel und ausgereift ist, dass wir auch viele Anwendungen in der Wissenschaft und Industrie unterstützen können. Wir beraten gern.

Rooted in Science

The development of the FYTA Beam has resulted in a product so versatile and advanced that it supports numerous applications in science and industry. Our multidisciplinary team of engineers, plant scientists, and data analysts is ready to provide expert consultation.

Flexible, Wireless IoT Solution for Large Networks

The FYTA Beam makes large sensor networks economically feasible. The sensors are wireless and can be adapted to different pot sizes via interchangeable soil probes, making them ideal for networks of up to 500 sensors. We utilize a combination of Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and WiFi for data transmission.

Pro-Level Measurement Accuracy

Through our proprietary technology based on impedance spectroscopy, the FYTA Beam achieves measurement accuracy for soil that meets the demands of many research and development projects. Factory calibrations include mineral soils, standard potting mixes, and perlite. Custom calibrations are available upon request.


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  • Measurement data

    Measurement data Volumetric water content (VWC) in %

    Electrical conductivity (EC) in mS/cm2/sec and

    Photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) in µmol/m

    Ambient temperature: °C

  • Long range and measurement accuracy

    In the range between VWC 0-65%, the beam measures with a variance of +/- 5%. A higher accuracy or measuring range can be achieved with a media-specific calibration.

    EC: 0.3 - 1.7 mS/cm variance PAR: up to 2,000 μmol/s with a variance of +/-0.5%

    EC: 0.3 - 1.7 mS/cm variance PAR: up to 2,000 μmol/s with a variance of +/-0.5%

  • Measurement interval

    One measurement per hour; Higher measuring frequencies can be offered

  • Power supply

    Battery cell CR2032, with a lifespan of 12 months.

  • Communication protocol

    BLE 5 low energy, WiFi via the FYTA Hub

  • Setting time

    1 second

  • Operating ambient temperature

    -5ºC - 60ºC

  • Waterproof


  • Dimensions

    56 x 32mm (body), 75mm (standard probe length), soil probes in different lengths available

Case Study

Determination of stress conditions of plants

As part of a joint project with FYTA, a working group from the Albrecht Daniel Thaer Institute for Agricultural and Horticultural Sciences at the HU Berlin is investigating the stress conditions of plants.

The working group checks FYTA's AI-based threshold values for stress conditions and determines vegetation indices using FYTA sensors and other measurement methods such as hyperspectral imaging. Furthermore, FYTA sensors are used to test the performance of different soil substrates. This type of experiment is particularly important in urban conditions, as plants are subject to particular stresses.

The project is financed by the Investment Bank Berlin and the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

© Marvin Krueger