The engineering firm Cohen Joseph in the south of Israel is integrating soil sensors with the anchors of Utopus. The conditions of the Negev region are challenging for agriculture. Water and nutrients are scarce, and salt can accumulate. Precision agriculture tries to control all of these factors, but in order to do so, constant measurements are needed. Utopus uses anchors for traction, and these anchors can double as probes to measure important soil properties.