The way we grow food and manage our forests is currently undergoing a revolution. The ability to collect large amounts of data from remote sensor nodes is giving us new insights into our environment. At the same time, the technology is becoming more effective, reliable, and affordable. Low power and low cost wireless sensory networks mean that growers, land managers, and researchers are now able to collect real-time data on field conditions to learn about almost any desired metric including unfavorable growing conditions and insect and disease outbreaks.
Currently underdevelopment: The semioSensor, a wireless device to detect volatile organic compounds for field and lab applications. Contact me for more details.