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Parrot’s pot helps keep your houseplants alive | TechCrunch

curated by | January 5, 2016

“The pot is outfitted with a number of sensors to measure soil moisture and temperature, fertilizer, room temperature, and light intensity. It then records this data every 15 minutes and sends it to Parrot’s cloud-based services for analysis (as long as it’s connected to your phone). When you’re away, it’ll just go with the median parameters to keep your plant alive.”

John Payne’s insight:
This is the same Parrot that’s famous for its drones. It’s good to see them getting into this business!

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