Parrot Flower Power Unveiled - Wireless Bluetooth Sensor for Your Plants

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Parrot Flower Power Unveiled - Wireless Bluetooth Sensor for Your Plants

Parrot, a global leader of wireless peripherals for mobile phones revealed Parrot Flower Power today at CES... They proclaim the product is A wireless Bluetooth Low Energy sensor for your plants that will inform you on their needs thanks to a dedicated application.

With 'Flower Power', Parrot is opening a new path of exploration.

Parrot Flower Power is the idea to develop 'eco-geek' products.

The project presented at CES 2013 is a smart wireless sensor - equipped with Bluetooth Smart-technology - and a dedicated application to help us look after our plants.

Indoor or outdoor, Parrot Flower Power measures the factors that participate to the growth of the plant it is associated to.
It measures sunlight, humidity, temperature and fertiliser.

Data for each is transferred over Bluetooth Smart (low consumption) to Parrot Cloud, analysed by dedicated software and sent to a compatible Smartphone or tablet.

Thanks to a library of thousands of plants, pro or rookie gardeners are informed of the needs of their geranium, ficus or tomato plant!




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