Mote Net has a range of sensors for on-farm monitoring by long-range wireless data collection. Our sensors monitor farm security, water level measurement and livestock and asset GPS tracking.
The system provides farmers with time and money savings, improved farm security and peace of mind.

Our Solutions

We have developed a number of sensor modules that address some of the most common issues facing farmers today:

  • Farm security
    • A gate open/closed detector that provides an email and/or SMS alert on the gate opening.
    • A passive infrared (PIR) motion detector that provides an email and/or SMS alert on motion detected.
  • Water for stock or irrigation
    • A tank or trough level detector that provides an email and/or SMS alert on low water level.
  • Livestock GPS tracking
    • A solar powered collar tracker that provides a continuous animal position update to an online map and an email and/or SMS alert if the animal leaves a paddock or the property.
  • Asset GPS tracking
    • A solar powered tracker module that provides a continuous position update for a mobile asset (e.g. tractor) to an online map and an email and/or SMS alert if the asset leaves the property.

Mote Net invites farmers to express interest in being part of our Pilot Program commencing April 2019.  Click here for more information.

Who We Are

Mote Net started in July 2017 and is based in Perth, Western Australia. Here’s our team:

Lance MacArthur

Electronic Engineer

Lance began at Mote Net in July 2017. He graduated from Curtin University with a degree in Computer Systems Engineering. His focus is on the embedded development of the sensor modules and the gateway in our projects.

Ekin Bukulmez

Software Engineer

Ekin joined Mote Net in January 2018. She is a third year Computer Science student at the University of Western Australia. Her focus is the development of the user-friendly Mote Net Dashboard, which displays all of the information from farm sensors.

Mike Dean

Director

Mike is an electrical and control systems engineer who has worked in various industry sectors in WA. He helps set the direction and contributes to the system designs.

Chester Tham

Engineer

Chester joined Mote Net in May 2018. He graduated from the University of Western Australia with a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering and is now pursuing a Masters of Commerce at Curtin University. His main focus is on the commercialization and business development of Mote Net.

LoRaWAN Technology

Our technology uses a long-range wireless system known as LoRaWAN (Long Range Wide Area Network), it is a network protocol based on a new wireless technology to communicate up to 15 km in outdoor locations. This technology allows for a low cost way to collect and display remote data. The protocol is a global standard, it is encrypted and highly secure. You can find out more about this technology here: https://www.lora-alliance.org/what-is-lora

You will need mobile phone network coverage at least over some part of your farm for our system to be viable.

Our Services

Mote Net is currently focused at delivery of its Smart Farm System to WA farmers.

We have a Pilot Program commencing for that system – if you are interested click here. We also have diverse skills in other applications for LoRaWAN wireless communication, including sensor development, gateway design, LoRa middleware, backend and website development.

Please contact us if you have a relevant application that our skills might be you able to assist you with.