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ePlant, Inc.’s TreeTag named one of TIME’s Best Inventions of 2023

Los Altos, California – WEBWIRE

October 24, 2023 -- ePlant, Inc., a Silicon Valley startup and leading innovator in agricultural technology, is proud to announce that its inaugural product, the TreeTag, has been recognized as one of the Best Inventions of 2023 by TIME. This prestigious acknowledgment is a testament to ePlant’s commitment to innovation and sustainability.

The TreeTag, an innovative wireless plant monitor providing real-time data to tree experts, researchers, homeowners, and growers, has garnered attention for its potentially transformative impact on the way we care for trees and plants as well as conserving precious water resources and helping address the climate crisis.

“Trees have their own unique way of communicating, and our sensors are like their translators,” says CEO Graham Hine. “They are essential for the climate and the planet, so we wanted to build a technology capable of monitoring them at scale.”

Key Features of the TreeTag:

  • Plant Growth and Health Monitoring
  • Accelerometer for Tree Lean and Sway Tracking
  • State of the art onboard wireless technology
  • Data is wirelessly transmitted to an accessible database
  • Onboard Weather Station
  • Low-Maintenance, Solar-Powered

“We are deeply honored to receive this recognition from,” said Graham Hine, CEO of ePlant, Inc. “This accolade reaffirms our mission to make a positive impact on the world by fostering a deeper connection between humanity and nature"

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About ePlant, Inc.:
Backed by 30 years of research, ePlant leverages AI and sensor technology to deliver critical plant insights across forestry, agriculture, research, and consumer sectors. ePlant’s TreeTag system monitors real-time growth, irrigation, lean, stress, temperature, light, and carbon capture, wirelessly delivered anywhere. ePlant’s Tree Monitoring System is being used by organizations, including California Polytechnic State University, Stanford University, University of California, Davis, University of California, Riverside, and the city of San Luis Obispo. For more information, visit

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