Increasing the efficiency of resources consumption, including water, has made farmers more interested in developing greenhouses. In addition to producing the crop out of season, the closed controllable space of the greenhouse allows the farmers to control the environmental factors, while with proper management of cultivation, in addition to greater profitability, they can also reduce the consumption of production inputs. If the resource management in greenhouses is not done properly, not only this activity is not profitable; rather, it will cause significant losses to the farmer. Because, a greenhouse, as soon as constructed and regardless of whether it is cultivated or inactive, needs maintenance. Due to the limited life of parts or equipment, their depreciation costs are included in the annual costs, too. Therefore, a vigilant farmer is expected to weigh all aspects before making a decision and to be extremely careful in choosing the location, area, type of structure, technology level, type of cultivation, and pattern of activity. Pishgaman Ltd. is at the service of dear farmers with its specialized and experienced staff, and to benefit from our services, it is just enough to fill out the consultation form! One of the questions that greenhouse growers often ask our consultants is the level of technology required for their greenhouse. To answer this question, it is first necessary to consider the construction site in terms of latitude, altitude, climatic conditions, wind map, market access, land shape, greenhouse area, type of structure and type of cultivation. As well, the conditions of beneficiary should be identified in terms of residency location, level of literacy and experience, as well as the security of the area to suggest appropriate technology levels. Pishgaman Ltd., since 2019, has been trying to serve greenhouse owners by providing a complete portfolio of technological products, from relatively simple control systems to the advanced intelligent management systems, by producing various types of automatic control systems to fully smart management systems. The first-generation automatic control systems developed by the company include SOC models that have two sensors, one for measuring ambient temperature and humidity and the other for measuring soil moisture. These systems have four relays and are sufficient for soil-bed-greenhouses with an area of roughly 1000 square meters. Second generation of automatic control systems with GSMR models have been launched, in the next step. These systems have 12 to 36 relays that can be controlled through the allocated mobile application. These systems have a timer, too, to schedule the relays to turn on or off. An ambient temperature and humidity sensor is also installed in these systems just to monitor the environment inside the greenhouse. It should be noted that this system has a text message connection and its dedicated mobile application with the ability to translate the codes exchanged between the phone and the system. This application provides the following features: SMS communication without the need for internet Define 6 authorized users (administrators) Instant reporting of ambient temperature and humidity Graph of changes in ambient temperature and humidity Store data in mobile phone memory Define the name for the actuators (heaters, valves, fans, etc.) Determining the optimal range and levels of minimum and maximum ambient temperature and humidity Set the timer for the duration of connection or disconnection of the circuit (irrigation, lighting, etc.) Control all operators remotely without the need to be present at the touch of a button in the application Set a password for the device to provide its security The third-generation product portfolio of Pishgaman Ltd. is being commercialized with ORCHID model. This system, in addition to SMS communication, has the ability to communicate via the Internet. Therefore, depending on the installation location and appropriate or limited access to the high-speed Internet network, the customer chooses which communication protocol to use. Also, in these systems, it is possible to connect the modules by wire or wirelessly. The difference between the third generation of the company’s production systems is that they are completely intelligent and there is no need for human intervention to control the actuators. However, the ability to manually control is also existed in it so that the user has the right to act in certain situations. This system has scalability and custom assembly. This means that the required modules can be selected and customized according to the customer’s needs. Therefore, as soon as the order is registered by the customer, this product is ready to be presented and installed. In designing and development of this system, in addition to paying attention to the existing standards for electronic components that have been considered in all products of the company’s product portfolio, efforts have been made to apply customer feedback in updating the hardware and software. The development of modules as well as updating the mobile application and management program installed in the central control system are among the important services of this company to customers. So that, special management programs have been prepared for different crops (including cucumber, tomato, pepper, lettuce, etc.) and they can be implemented in separate packages in the intelligent management system. Each of these packages is updated in accordance with the scientific achievements of the world and the researchers of the company’s research and development department to maximize production efficiency. This system is offered through Agricultural Mechanization Specialized Website (www.agrimechanization.com). To update the mobile application as well as various packages, you can refer to the website or Play Store.