Amber's sensors aim to save farmers' grain from spoilage


CES is most known as a show for computers, cars and seriously strange stuff, but there's no shortage of people here trying to solve big problems the rest of us have never heard of. Take Amber Agriculture for instance: run by students at the University of Illinois, the startup as developed a finger-sized sensor meant to be stuck inside silos to help farmers monitor the quality of their stored grain. What's more, Amber's approach falls in line with other big trends at the show. You've heard of the smart home. Now the Amber team is trying to help build the smart farm.

  Country: North America > United States > Illinois (0.36)
  Technology: Information Technology (0.39)

Duplicate Docs Excel Report

None found

Similar Docs  Excel Report  more

None found