Muzzley Integrates with Koubachi Wi-Fi Plant Sensor
Muzzley is proud to announce its integration with Koubachi Wi-Fi Plant Sensor, a high-precision indoor/outdoor device used to measure the vitality of your plants. Due to its wireless connection, data including soil temperature and light intensity is sent to the Koubachi Plant Care Engine where it is evaluated and put into a specific care plan for each plant. Starting today, you can find the Koubachi Wi-Fi Plant Sensor in the Muzzley app and create connections between it and the rest of your smart devices, including appliances by Philips, Nest and Rachio.
Koubachi Wi-Fi Plant Sensor is an intuitive option for both indoor and outdoor plants and gardens, making it easier than ever for plant life to flourish, and integrating with Muzzley allows the sensor to interact with devices and create rules that wouldn’t be possible without the combination of these two technologies. With this connection, you can save more money, time and resources by letting your smart technology make decisions for you.
If you’re specifically trying to conserve water and only use your sprinkler system when necessary, you can link your Koubachi Wi-Fi Plant Sensor with your Rachio Iro irrigation system to time your watering. You can also sync your Netatmo Weather Station with your Koubachi Wi-Fi Plant Sensor to create a seamless integration between weather and soil reports. There are also possibilities to connect your Koubachi Wi-Fi Plant Sensor to lighting, temperature, security, and cameras.
“It can be difficult to regulate all of the different factors associated with gardening, such as water and sunlight levels as well as temperature regulation, and understanding these elements and connecting them with other devices makes the task significantly more effective,” said Eduardo Pinheiro, CEO and co-founder of Muzzley. “This integration allows users to sync up their indoor and outdoor technologies in a whole new way, using data from sensors to regulate and control their other connected devices.”
Based in Zurich, the Swiss company has been developing the Koubachi Wi-Fi Plant Sensors and compatible apps for gardeners worldwide since 2009. The products provide users with valuable information for the maintenance of plants. The Koubachi App was launched in 2010, with the first Wi-Fi Plant Sensor launched in 2012. Koubachi was recently acquired by Husqvarna Group, a world leading producer of outdoor power products including chainsaws, trimmers, robotic lawn mowers and garden tractors.