Irrigation Technology Helping Farmers Grow More Efficiently

Irrigation Technology Helping Farmers Grow More Efficiently

Published Nov 8 in North American Ag  



In this week's North American Ag Spotlight Chrissy Wozniak hears from David Wallace about his new irrigation technology, the FarmHQ platform by CODA Farm Technologies.

Founded by third-generation farmers from Washington State, CODA Farm Technologies is a growing agricultural technology company bringing remote monitoring and control to agricultural irrigation. Its first product, the FarmHQ platform, lets farmers use their smartphone and an easy-to-install device to remotely monitor and control irrigation reels and pumps in real time to save money and stress. A universal retrofit, it can be easily installed by the farmer on equipment of any make, model, and age and provides remote control and monitoring for farmers’ existing irrigation equipment. FarmHQ is currently being used in on irrigation systems on farms across North America.
David Wallace is the CEO of CODA Farm Technologies, a growing agricultural technology company bringing remote monitoring and control to agricultural irrigation. David is a third-generation potato farmer from Skagit Valley, Washington. After growing up on the family farm, Wallace Farms, David received his B.S. in Chemistry from Whitman College and his Ph.D. in Chemistry from Johns Hopkins University. Prior to founding CODA Farm Technologies in 2020 with his brother Connor Wallace, David was a Data and Machine Learning Scientist at Amazon.

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