Press Release (ePRNews.com) - LOS ANGELES - Sep 19, 2017 - TerraSense has launched a new software application paired with a hardware solution that provides predictability and artificial intelligence to a variety of industries starting with the Agricultural sector.
TerraSense’s solution is directly challenging major agricultural companies by empowering growers with real actionable intelligence and advanced satellite data and imagery. This allows them to produce more food with fewer input resources by improving their land’s soil health.
TerraSense T.E.S.A platform or (TerraSense. Environmental. Sensing. Application.) continually gathers soil quality data in real time. Each sensor accurately measures more than 25+ different data points that include soil temperature, moisture, and pH along with advanced micro-climate data. This provides growers and land managers real-time visibility into the real-time condition of their land. Combined with machine learning, predictive analytics, and artificial intelligence, the software platform helps its clients understand where future problems may occur, enabling them to take preemptive steps to prevent issues from escalating from minor issues to major problems.
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“Today soil testing and monitoring is a manual and tedious process that can take weeks to collect, and further time to respond to conditions on the land. With our TerraSensors distributed around an area of land, various stakeholders get continuous insight of the soil and atmospheric conditions. Waiting for test results to help maintain optimal growing conditions is no longer necessary. Monitoring your soil conditions has never been easier.” – Jon Thies, TerraSense Chief Technology Officer
Growers, mining companies and governments all use the soil quality data to understand soil health and improve the value of their crops and land as well as cut large input costs. By preventing over-fertilization and over-watering, business can also reduce costs and environmental impacts.
For more information about TerraSense or to pilot the T.E.S.A soil application in your business please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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