Weighted Sums and Green Thumbs: Analyzing Crops in Remote Greenhouses with ML and IoT

If you are in need of an Internet connection, then a greenhouse may not be the best place to go looking for one. Greenhouses support agricultural operations of all sizes around the world, so many of them happen to be in remote areas. These locations are frequently without WiFi connectivity and even electricity. Since greenhouses are an important part of producing food to feed the surrounding community, it is important to keep an eye out for plant diseases and pests that can ruin the crop. Machine learning approaches have gone a long way towards avoiding such problems, but without WiFi or power, most devices either will not work, or cannot report the problems that they find.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.edgeimpulse.com/blog/weighted-sums-and-green-thumbs-analyzing-crops-in-remote-greenhouses-with-ml-and-iot