One of the main problems that have created this startup is the global water shortage crisis. Water scarcity is one of the biggest challenges of the 21st century. Agriculture, consisting of crops, livestock, fisheries, aquaculture, and forestry, is both a cause and a victim of water scarcity.
It is estimated to account for 70% of global water abstraction, while competition with other sectors for water is increasing. Climate change also harms freshwater resources in terms of quantity and quality. Frequent and severe droughts affect agricultural production, while rising temperatures increase crop water demand. Water abstraction has almost doubled the population growth rate in the twentieth century, and food demand is expected to increase by 60% by 2050. Therefore, there is an urgent need to address water shortages. According to international and international organizations, in 2016, the Middle East, West Asia, North Africa, and western North America faced water shortages. In the irrigation intelligence project provided by this startup, using humidity and temperature sensors, soil moisture and temperature, air temperature, and humidity are measured and transferred to the web application via a GSM system. The data is displayed on the screen. Provides the user with measuring the measured indicators in the form of a report. (It should be noted that this system is powered by a solar battery designed for this device). The system can also send information to the farmer via SMS panel, after which the user can decide whether to irrigate or not.