40 Years of Innovation & Collaboration in Soil and Plant Science
Working collaboratively with the best plant, soil and environmental scientists globally, we have delivered a family of wireless monitoring solutions for commercial agriculture and scientific research.
Instrumentation for Soil, Plant and Environmental Monitoring
In the early 1980’s Peter Cull commercialized his PhD research (1975 – 78) in soil moisture measurement and irrigation scheduling. Responding to a global market need ICT International was formed to provide Australian scientists, environmental managers, and farmers with monitoring solutions. Today we are a manufacturer and global exporter, exporting to over 55 countries worldwide.
Our instruments make a tangible difference. They can be found in the Brazilian rainforests, the “world’s tallest trees” in California, mine site rehabilitation in Australia and Peru, greenhouse tomato production in Australia and measuring the effects of elevated CO2 on plant water use and hydraulic conductivity.
Our intensive research and development program underpins the design and development of instruments and solutions that set the industry standard for reliable, high-quality, functional, purposeful, and unique products.
ICT International’s focus is to use the research outcomes of the scientific community to develop opportunities for the measurement and monitoring of plant, soil, and environmental parameters for the benefit of the wider community. ICT International has been certified as an ISO9001:2015 company since 2021.
What drives us, the values we live by
Who we are
Why we do it
How we do it
ICT International is the global leader in delivering soil, plant and environmental monitoring solutions.
We are a science-led innovation company dedicated to developing practical tools, to solve real world problems.
Our customers today, both scientists and farmers, are developing new data, new knowledge, and new management outcomes. They are the scientists and farmers who are ahead of the crowd whose drive for better understanding and better management outcomes are leading the way toward more efficient water use in agriculture and the environment globally.