Tuesday, 16 July 2013

WaterBee puts crop irrigation on a smartphone

With robots doing everything from milking cows to crop dusting, farming has come a long way since they days of plodding along behind a horse and plow. Irrigation practices are also benefiting from advances in technology. The large-scale WaterBee smart irrigation and water management system is a case in point: it allows farmers use their smartphones to not only switch on the water where and when it’s needed, but also to get up to the minute information on field conditions... Continue Reading WaterBee puts crop irrigation on a smartphone

Section: Environment

Tags: Agriculture, Farming, Smartphones, Water

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