• Wirelessly connected irrigation and fertigation controllers integrate data from nearby soil sensors and enables farmers to remotely monitor and control irrigation and fertigation systems
  • Developed algorithms that analyze real-time sensor data to automatically adjust irrigation and ferti...

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