Jason Aramburu is a proclaimed soil scientist, so when he approached fuseproject with his idea to use sensing technology to help gardeners track their plants, the company was intrigued. Fuseproject worked with Aramburu on the project, which began with a Kickstarter campaign.
“The result is a smart garden system that provides real-time information on what is happening in your garden, gives you tips on how to make your plants thrive and even gives you insights as to what plants or plant groupings will grow best in a given environment. For the novice or the expert gardener, Edyn is designed to take the guessing out of gardening – giving you the tools to grow flourishing plants even amidst a busy urban lifestyle,” fuseproject states.
The Edyn Sensor is solar-powered and connects to an app on your phone or device by transmitting data via Wi-Fi.
This device takes the guesswork out of what your plants need. For more information, visit the Edyn website.
Is the Edyn Sensor something you’d use in your garden?