We are starting with automating hydroponics systems. Sensors - air, water and soil quality - peppered across a greenhouse feed data into our backend, we run some analytics on them and show the results in a handy dashboard app. You get alerts when plants need more water, you get alerts when they need more chemicals, and provided one connects the irrigation and fertilisation systems, the system is smart enough to switch to autopilot where it takes care of everything.
Have looked at commercial greenhouses only so far, but something tells me you could be one of our alpha testers too. You want to meet up and tell me more about your travails with 20th century gardening? Gardening as it's done right now indeed is very inefficient.