The world’s first sensor-less smart irrigation engine

For the past 5 years, we have installed sensors and collected data all around the world. That helped us build the largest plant database on Earth. Our numbers are outstanding: we accumulated more than 2200 seasons of data from various crops, soil types, and weather conditions.

Then we developed an algorithm. It analyzes all those data points and builds irrigation models that tell the grower exactly when and how much to irrigate. These models are crop-specific: they are based on the phenological stage, climate zone, variety, soil type, and irrigation method. This database is being updated constantly with new data from our sensors (as a reminder, they are installed all over the world).

Those metrics help our growers achieve outstanding results: our climate is changing dramatically and with it everything you thought you knew about irrigation. We will help you cope with those changes. Whether it’s by helping you save water, produce more yield, or help you get better insights and make you a better grower. Simple, isn’t it? Well, everything is relative. It took us five years. We use satellite imagery to understand our farmer’s irrigation levels. By measuring the soil’s relative temperature, we help them understand if they are over or under irrigating, or if their crops are getting the correct water amount.

Those metrics help our growers get outstanding visibility into their crops: after a short but personalized onboarding process, our farmers will get daily irrigation recommendations, plot-specific weather, wind speed, heatwave alerts, vapor pressure deficit, and more – all via WhatsApp. And they won’t have to install anything. Not even on their phone

Admin users

We also have a solution for B2B2C users: ether cooperative managers that give services to micro farmers, insurance companies giving them offer them insurance, or banks that give them loans. The admin user can get a high-level satellite view of all the plots that are under their control: whether it’s moisture level, vegetation coverage or uniformity – we got your back

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