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Welsh farmers urged to get smart to combat rural crime

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Welsh farmers urged to get smart to combat rural crime

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Tuesday, 25 May 2021

Wales - North Wales Police

NORTH WALES Police and Crime Commissioner Andy Dunbobbin is backing a new scheme to encourage the farming community to tap into wireless technology.

The LoRaWAN (Low Power Long Range Wide Area Access Network) is especially suited to rural areas where communications infrastructure often falls short.

The Future Farms Cymru project is being masterminded by North Wales Police’s pioneering Rural Crime Team in partnership with their counterparts in Dyfed Powys with whom they work closely.

Mr Dunbobbin is jointly funding the initiative in conjunction with the Dyfed Powys PCC, Dafydd Llewelyn.

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