Last week’s Internet of Things week tackled the Connected Home and the Connected Car, but what about the Connected Garden? Edyn is trying to make that a reality with a garden device that tracks everything from light and temperature to moisture to help you know when to plant, how often to water and more. Given the focus on sustainability, Edyn could offer brands some value on the platform with eco rewards, recommendations or even providing content that would bring a more human element to the automated notifications.
At the end of the day, all these devices bring the same promise of removing intuition to help you make data-driven decisions and change behavior. Is the world ready for the connected garden or is this high tech gadget incongruous with the natural gardener?