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AI-ADIC (AI powered Automated Drip Irrigation Controllers), produced by Mobitech Wireless Solitions and powered by ConserWater can automatically irrigate the required amount of water, without requiring any additional work from the farmer. This integrated system is a boon to farmers in India to save water and grow more healthy crops!
'Smart' Siri irrigation controllers, produced by FlyBird Farm Innovations can use the ConserWater AI to calculate irrigation needs, and can automatically irrigate the required amount of water and turn off by themselves, without requiring any additional work from the farmer. This integrated system not only enables the farmer to be efficient in his irrigation, but also significantly saves him time and effort.
AvanijalAgri Automation and ConserWater Technologies are creating new controller systems that are fully automated. Now, these ‘smart’ controllers can use the ConserWater AI to calculate irrigation needs, and can automatically irrigate the required amount of water and turn off by themselves, without requiring any additional work from the farmer.
ConserWater Technologies just announced the public release of ConserWater Web, its web dashboard, in the US, so no matter whether you grow almonds in California or peaches in Georgia, you can now use a simple dashboard interface to water your crops efficiently.
AI startup ConserWater and its founder Aadith Moorthy was chosen among TechCrunch’s 2018 Top Picks to disrupt the industry. ConserWater was chosen in the artificial intelligence category.
ConserWater Technologies, AI to grow more plants or crops with fewer resources, is a top pre-Series A startup in Artificial Intelligence.
Users can typically save at least 30% in water use with ConserWater – this can translate to hundreds of dollars every year in cost savings
The efforts by ConserWater come at a time when water wastage is consuming the planet. Without any hardware, the predictions are localized to the user’s exact location, anywhere in the world, as if there was a $500 soil moisture sensor every 10 feet in the ground.
ConserWater announced their US launch of a desktop or mobile app using AI to predict how much water a lawn or plants need
ConserWater featured in Italian
ConserWater has been shown to be highly effective and is already used by more than a hundred farmers in several countries.
ConserWater is disrupting the irrigation paradigm by providing watering predictions to a level of precision of soil moisture sensors, but without the physical equipment and at a fraction of the cost.
ConserWater's considerable reduction in costs of AI will lower the entry barrier to precision irrigation for farmers.
ConserWater uses NASA satellite imagery and weather data along with deep learning algorithms to predict water needs for crops.
Students pitch everything from non-toxic pesticides to fashion startups at collegiate entrepreneurial contest TigerLaunch
Thirteen of the West Coast’s finest student entrepreneur teams attended the West Coast Regional Tigerlaunch Entrepreneurship Competition on Friday afternoon hoping to earn a top-five spot to advance to the national competition at Princeton University.
ConserWater application enables every farmer to get accurate predictions of exactly how much water he needs to give his crops on any given day at any location
Reviews of ConserWater from around the world ...
“Well done … ConserWater™ works well.”
“I think what you are doing is amazing … Farmers in developed and developing countries can use technology to offset the environmental and financial costs associated with farming.”
“Accept our congratulations (for your efforts to) promote and enhance ConserWater™ in Africa … History speaks for itself.”
“Congratulations for this excellent work!”