"Edyn's garden sensor strives for perfection"
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Edyn's garden sensor strives for perfection
Hi, I'm Andrew Gebhart here at CES at the Pepcom press event.
I'm taking a look at the Edyn Garden Sensor.
This sensor was invented by Jason Aramburu and it was designed by Yves Behar.
And it looks cool.
This sits in the dirt near your plants.
And then it senses moisture, sunlight, fertilizer, temperature.
Everything your plant needs to stay healthy.
Its keeps you up to date with those, it sends you bush notifications.
And then it'll even send information to its connected water valve, if your plant needs water.
It's gonna turn on that water valve, give your plant just the right amount of water it needs, and then flip back off.
It's a cool design for complete help with plant care.
We've taken a look at a couple of other plant sensors in the past, from parrot flower power to the Koubachi Wi-Fi plant sensor.
None of them have quite nailed giving you detailed data while also giving you helpful information in the app.
I'm really hopeful this one's gonna come through.
I see a little hands on with the apps and everything seems to flow seamlessly so hopefully this Edyn garden sensor will be the exact smart tool you need to make your outdoors a little more high tech.
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