Wireless sensors manage water use with text messages
By Kathy Coatney
Researchers from the University of California, Davis, have developed a wireless monitoring system for flood-irrigated crops that sends a cellular text message when it is time to turn off the water to minimize drainage. The system uses wireless sensors that are placed above ground in the irrigated field.
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