flower power wireless plant sensor by parrot at CES 2013
jan 09, 2013
flower power wireless plant sensor by parrot at CES 2013


‘flower power’ wireless plant sensor by parrot at CES 2013

 

 

showcased as a preview during the 2013 CES in las vegas, paris-based electronics company parrot has
introduced ‘flower power’, a wireless garden sensor that gets planted for measuring sunlight, soil moisture,
temperature 
and fertilizer. using bluetooth for plant health analysis on smartphones or tablets, data gets
stored on a library database on the cloud that alerts users with readings, recommendations and push
notifications as reminders of a flower’s basics needs.

 

 

the device planted in context

 

 

parrot flower power – smart sensor for your plants (CES 2013 preview)
video courtesy of parrot

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