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The 10 Hottest New IoT Devices Of 2020

This year’s hottest IoT devices include AI edge computers, crop and weather sensors, home health monitoring systems, IoT security scanners and multi-purpose trackers.

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Arable Mark 2

The Mark 2 is a solar-powered crop and weather sensor from agriculture tech startup Arable that aims to help farms and food producers make better decisions around irrigation, spray applications and disease and pest management, among other things. Once deployed in a crop field, the $1,595 sensor collects data on a variety of crop-related things like precipitation, temperature, leaf wetness and crop water demand. The data is then sent via an LTE-M, NB-IoT or 2G connection to the cloud, where the data is run through machine-learning models, which are supported by Arable‘s global network of 30 calibration-validation sites across 12 climatic zones to ensure insight is accurate and reliable.

 
 
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