Braingrid Launches Innovative Sensor Technology for Precision Cannabis Cultivation

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TORONTO, Jan. 8, 2019 /CNW/ – Braingrid Limited (” Braingrid “) ( CSE:BGRD ), a global provider of affordable, scalable and easy-to-deploy sensor platforms for precision agriculture is pleased to announce the launch of its new self-powered “Sentroller S”.

 

Sentroller S brings all the great features of Braingrid’s original Sentroller platform to cultivators including a quick installation, online dashboards and reports, as well as email alarm notifications. This allows growers the peace of mind that their cannabis crops are safe and thriving.

The Sentroller S is powered by a solar panel that enables an even quicker install and limitless possibilities for sensor placement. This true wireless freedom helps cultivators monitor growing conditions where it matters – in and around the plant canopy where power connections are not often available. Any form of grow lighting including LED is sufficient to power the ultra-low energy Sentroller S.

The new self-powered Sentroller S differentiates Braingrid from the competition by monitoring mission critical cultivation parameters (i.e. temperature, relative humidity, CO2, PAR, EC, moisture) in the plant canopy, without power cords or the need to change batteries.

Michael Kadonoff, Founder and CEO of Braingrid, stated “The Sentroller S launch marks yet another important milestone for Braingrid that aligns with our strategic plan and continues our momentum that has been building since the launch of our original Sentroller as we strive to provide the best precision technology solution to the cannabis cultivation industry”.

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