Approximately 1,000 FlightSensor units will be distributed to select commercial pest advisors, farm managers and growers in California.
Originally launched as an incubator business at the University of California, Riverside, FarmSense‘s FlightSensor utilizes patented technology, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and real-time analytics to improve insect monitoring and crop management efforts.
FlightSensor was developed to save growers time, labor, and money, and to reduce the need for pesticide use while improving crop yield.
Earlier this year, we spoke with Dr. Eamonn Keogh, co-founder of FarmSense and professor at University of California, Riverside about smart pest monitoring technology and how it can help create a pesticide-free future. Read the interview here.