Automated monitoring and evaluation systems for plant phenotyping are one of the keys to advance and strengthen crop breeding programs. In this study, the improvements of the camera-based sensor system and a weather station from a previous study-assembled mainly from Raspberry Pi products-board with dual cameras (RGB and NoIR) providing high spatial and temporal resolution data-is outlined. Hardware for the internet connection and the power supply system of the sensor were upgraded. Previously, the sensor could automatically capture plant images following user-defined time points; thus, an image processing algorithm (edge computing) was developed and installed to extract digital phenotypic traits from the images after capturing process. With the development, the new sensor system could be integrated with the internet, and a cloud server was configured to store data online (digital traits and raw images). A real-time monitoring system was created to visualize the time series data of a trait development and plant images throughout the season. With such a system, plant breeders will be able to monitor multiple trials for timely crop management and decision-making process, which is also resources efficiency.