Showcases its Sustainability Mission through Analytics at United Nations STI Forum

Chapel Hill, NC – June 6, 2018 –, an emerging leader in technology supporting sustainable and organic growers, will be showcasing its Earthstream platform at the UN Science, Technology and Innovation Forum in New York City this week. The STI Forum brings relevant stakeholders together to share in sustainability technology and explore collaboration efforts to achieve the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals. is fundamentally changing the way the world measures and interacts with environmental data. The Earthstream platform is an in-ground IoT solution designed for small growers, organic farmers, and more. Earthstream automatically calibrates to any environment and transmits relevant data (light, soil moisture, ground, surface temperature) to’s platform where it is combined with other sources of information to provide concise, real-time recommendations. 

Additionally, helps its customers integrate existing data and processes, enabling smarter environmental stewardship and economic decision making. Earthstream will be demonstrated in a live garden display, using real data from a farm in Caswell Country, North Carolina. works extensively with Qlik®, a leader in data analytics. This week Qlik announced the expansion of its existing strategic partnership with the United Nations to deliver actionable insights to positively impact global sustainability and humanitarian efforts. The UN is driving constant analysis of various Sustainable Development Goals through Qlik applications. is one of many applications being showcased at the STI Forum that shares in the goal of global sustainability.

“We are ecstatic to be presenting our Earthstream platform in partnership with Qlik at the UN STI Forum,” said Mike Prorock Co-Founder and CTO, “We are helping to provide more communities and growers across the globe with accurate, real-time information. is giving the earth a voice, and together we hope to demonstrate how all of these innovations can help achieve the UN’s impact goals.” 

Michael Prorock