Agrisource Data Announces the Launch of IntelliFlood™ Version 2

Atlanta, GA – 5/1/17 – Agrisource Data is excited to announce the launch of IntelliFlood™ Version 2, a real-time canal and/or surface water monitoring sensor that helps clients accurately monitor flood irrigation.

This new version of IntelliFlood™ works in conjunction with both IntelliRoot™ soil moisture sensors, as well as the Agrisource Data multi-layer intelligence and analytics platform to provide extremely accurate and up-to-date information for managing precision agriculture flood irrigation.

The strategic placement of IntelliFlood™ sensors within the canals and/or surface water ponds, in addition to the IntelliRoot™ sensors in the irrigated area and WxTrack™ micro-weather stations, allows for precision monitoring and alerting when water is available and irrigation should be started or stopped.

“The efficient application of irrigation water is critical to optimizing yields in agriculture. By having precision over how much water a client has and how much is really needed and when, we can improve yield in almost any field by as much as 10%,”  Ben Worley, Agrisource Data CEO says of the monitor.

IntelliFlood™ Version 2 launches May 8, 2017.

About Agrisource Data: Leveraging the latest advances in science and technology, including Internet-of-Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning, and cloud-based communication protocols that accelerate data collection and multi-layer analysis across the entire precision agriculture seed-to-shelf spectrum, Agrisource Data delivers the most complete solution in the market for meeting the challenge of global food production.


Media Contact:
Brad Green, Director of Operations
Agrisource Data, LLC

By | 2018-01-06T00:18:14+00:00 May 1st, 2017|Press Releases|Comments Off on Agrisource Data Announces the Launch of IntelliFlood™ Version 2
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