AUTOMATED PEST CONTROL
Griffin's Lair Vineyards
We have tried many bird deterrent measures but most are difficult; while lasers make it easy & effective.
We had a lot of birds in the farm; now with the Autonomics we don’t even have to worry about it - we simply have no issue anymore.
Grand Canyon GC
We went from literally thousand of geese to the occasional 10 to 15.
ELECTRIC HARVEST CARTS
Green Spring Farms
Production increased an estimated 26% with the use of the Gopher Electric Harvest Cart.
Typically, pickers are picking the grapes, putting them in a wheelbarrow, walking them to the end of the row; the packer packs at the end of the row. This is hard work on a hot day. We believe the autonomous carts will give us a boost.
Approximately 2.5 acres were saved, however by detecting the infestation at its early stages, the nematodes were stopped in their tracks and prevented from affecting a larger area of the farm.
Using the satellite health map on Aeroview, an agricultural service provider helped one of their table grape clients to spot two blocks that were showing low moisture content.
Zonal Vine Analytics
After the flight, the grower was able to access per-zone and vine analytics at the click of a button on Aeroview. From this, he could see exactly which areas were in trouble.
Wine Business Monthly
It is impossible to ignore all the research from Europe and Australia that documents the undeniable increase in worker production when using electric pruners. In some studies, gains were up 40 percent over manual pruners.
Hy's Cider Mill
We purchased a pair of pruners about 10 years ago and have been using them ever since.
We currently own 6 pair of F3010 with 3 being medium heads, which has greatly improved our productivity in our orchard. We can make large cuts in our apple trees and speed up pruning with less fatigue.
I have received the same response from the people I have recommended the pruners to.
City of Dallas
Dallas residents access the Dallas
Community WIFI through a customizable
Captive Portal that allows them to see if their
address or location is within the network.
Self-managing mesh technology allows you to deploy connectivity paths around obstacles such as hills or trees without costly tower infrastructure. The routers re-route as needed to maintain optimal connectivity with no additional management required.
ARRA Routers have been successfully deployed to provide connection across 0.8 miles of Mississippi River in Natchez, MS.