AgSmarts is a Precision Ag technology company that offers moisture-sensing technology, predictive analytics, and farm equipment automation that represent an innovative revolution in data-driven agriculture.
At AgSmarts, we are dedicated to helping growers like you lower operational expenses and optimize crop yields. Our field-based, internet-enabled sensor and controller networks give you unprecedented crop specific, predictive recommendations, and automated control.
Our solution is built upon modular hardware and software. This makes it ideal for scaling. When your needs change, it can change with you.
When you purchase our hardware, you own it. The basic portal and web apps are free. The only time you pay a subscription price is when you opt in for more advanced features.
Soil Moisture Monitoring
Our sensors help you understand the environmental conditions of your fields. This information can help you make the right agronomic decisions on when and where to apply inputs.
Our tracking software can help you determine when, where, and to what degree you need to adjust your irrigation strategy.
Mobile App & Web Portal
You can access actionable data through our mobile app and web portal. We put the power of critical information in the palm of your hand.
CEO / Founder
Brett is an experienced and passionate entrepreneur who grew up working on his family’s produce and tobacco farm in Tennessee. After expanding his educational background and professional experience across the globe in the Power Generation and Industrial Controls industries as a leader of finance, operations and business development teams, Brett has returned to his agricultural roots to co-found AgSmarts. At AgSmarts, Brett fulfills his desire to help producers of all size and type boost their productivity while reducing the environmental impacts of their operations.
CTO / Founder
Clayton is driven by a desire to make the world better through technology and he has the intelligence and dedication to make changes happen. He has developed numerous commercial and industrial communication technology applications over his career. He recently helped develop a detection system that measures moisture content using radio waves, allowing growers to accurately account for moisture levels in harvested grain. He fills multiple roles as an engineer, programmer, software developer, and project manager.
Director of Engineering
George recently completed a PhD in mechanical engineering at Princeton, focusing on controlling networked systems. He has prior degrees in robotics and mathematics. Projects included determining and mitigating the effects of errors in complex networks, analysis of interactions in bird flocks, machine vision for real-time tracking of large groups and development of artificial muscle actuators.
Ben is inspired by his lifelong love of electronics and has an extensive background in software engineering. Ben graduated with a B.A. in Electrical Engineering from Ole Miss and is acting president of the MidSouth Maker Space. He brings energy to the office as he discovers new ways to help refine the AgSmarts platform and products.