WaterBit, a company that provides remote irrigation planning and control solutions for agriculture, is using AT&T Internet of Things (IoT) services for automated irrigation.

WaterBit sends data from multiple field locations to one central network gateway hub. The hub can be installed at an off-field location and spans over a 1.5 mile range, says the company. The gateway is using AT&T SIM card and Internet of Things (IoT) services. Data is updated every 15 minutes, around the clock, says the company.

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