CannabisNewsBreaks — AROYA Releases OpenSprinkler Integration, Empowers Cannabis Growers to ‘Not Only Survive, But Also Thrive’

AROYA, a division of ADDIUM Inc., announced a wide release of its integration with the controller OpenSprinkler; the integration empowers growers by providing data to guide their crop-steering decisions while also simplifying an additional aspect of cannabis cultivation. According to the announcement, the release brings added visibility and data-driven control to commercial cultivation and cultivators’ irrigation strategies; the announcement also noted that an estimated 30-40% of cultivators currently use OpenSprinkler for drip irrigation. The new integration eliminates the need to access other programs separate spreadsheets, reducing complexity while bringing more visibility to commercial cultivation. “Enabling integrations with third-party systems solidifies AROYA’s unrivaled position as the cannabis industry’s most intuitive platform, providing growers with the control, flexibility, visibility, and data-driven insights to manage every stage of cultivation,” said AROYA president Scott Campbell in the press release. “It made sense for us to take just one more small step, not to become a controls company but to offer an integration with a controlled system that people commonly use in the cannabis industry. Now cultivators can have much better control and take those insights that they get from looking at their data and put it right to what changes they’re going to make, which is their irrigation strategy, without having to leave the platform. . . . Simply put, we empower growers of all sizes with intelligent automation to not only survive, but also thrive in increasingly competitive markets.”

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About AROYA 

AROYA is the leading cannabis production platform, combining forward-thinking science, sensors and software to empower cultivators with data-driven insights that help them increase yield, scale operations and achieve consistent quality. Based in Washington, AROYA brings 30 years of experience in sensor development to the ag tech industry, enabling cultivators to do more with less while making more purpose-driven decisions for their businesses. For more information about the company, visit www.AROYA.io.

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