The regions of the world most affected by droughts are often agricultural regions. Why? Because agriculture has been the largest consumer of water on earth for millennia. When drought strikes, only wealthy farmers can afford expensive water saving technology, such as soil moisture sensor arrays, and most others have no choice but to suffer. However, in this age of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence, it no longer has to be this way. Introducing ConserWater™: a novel Artificial Intelligence that predicts exactly how much water farmers need to give to their plants on any day, at any location around the world!
ConserWater™ uses novel methods and advanced data science to process enormous data sets, ranging from satellite data to historical weather, and make a detailed prediction of the ideal amount of water for crops at any time. By using ConserWater™, any entity engaged in some form of irrigation can improve its water efficiency up to 30%: this translates to tens of thousands of gallons per an acre of land.