Ira Wallace (Author, seed saver, co-founder of Acorn Community, co-owner of Southern Exposure Seed Exchange, board member of Organic Seed Alliance, co-organizer of the Heritage Harvest Festival at Monticello)
Experimental Farm Network (A non-profit cooperative facilitating collaboration in plant breeding and sustainable agriculture research, with a focus on developing plants for climate change mitigation. Also the name of the open-source website created by the organization. Founded in 2013 by Nate Kleinman and Dusty Hinz. Based in Philadelphia, PA.) (; ; ; ; ; ; ; )
Plants and crops and methods used by farmers
Cropio - farm management and crop health monitoring system . Cropio helps farmers and agriculture companies to plan their field works, to forecast harvest, to manage vegetation index, etc. , , . It has a good reputation among it's customers . The biggest clients are PepsiCo, Monsanto, Bonduelle, DuPont, and others. (Russian page exists: https://ru.wiki.hereiszyn.com/wiki/Cropio)
MaxEmerge - this is a model line of row units for planters. These row units are made by John Deere. This article could describe more about this product line, give their history, and show a table of all the different MaxEmerge models and when they were released.
How Farms Work - this is a surfaced YouTube channel with over 40 million views, possibly the most popular farm vlog to date ; started in 2012; intended to show the daily life on a commercial beef and crop farm in Wisconsin 
Microbulation - this seems to be used in medical references as well as horticultural; horticulturally, it seems to be a process used in creating a microbiota community for soil (specifically, it is referenced within the cannabis-growing agricultural space), but I don't find it defined well; it is also a term used in medical journals and microbiology / genetics as a descriptor of the surface of cells in some way, but again, not defined anywhere I can see; medical references at: Journal of Medical Society and a Chalmers University of Technology publication  and the LSU Agricultural College  and ; horticultural references at: IC Magazine forums  and retailers  and 
SoluBor - a water-soluble fertilizer containing 20.5% boron; usually applied to crops as a foliar fertilizer to treat boron deficiency which is widespread globally; a rate for cabbages in South Africa is 500g in 600L water per ha, applied at 2, 4 and 6 weeks after planting
Terraculture - a global perspective of sustainably utilizing organic farming practices and local food production in conjunction with the developments achieved through the green revolution and agricultural industrialization to conserve the environment while continuing to yield high outputs; 
Plant water potential sensor - there are 4 different types of sensors that measure water potential in plants. The information is used for guiding irrigation and understanding plant water use. They are: stem psychrometers , stem osmometers , microtensiometers , and the Scholander pressure bomb 
Caffeine Social Broadcasting - a live streaming service for people to enjoy and create live gaming, entertainment, and creative arts broadcasts. (Initiated no later than August 10, 2018) caffeine.tv
Clandestine Reporters Working Group - Alexandria, Virginia-based company providing security and intelligence training to journalists and human rights workers. The company specializes in non-digital tradecraft, such as handwritten encryption, counter-surveillance on foot and on public transport, setting up armor and modular vests, and planning missions for journalists operating in hostile environments. Curricula and schedule:  Review of Cryptography workshop: 
Doogee - produces cost-effective smart phones and is quickly gaining popularity for cheap yet high-quality smart phones. (comment: easily the next LTG)
Elk Antennas - designs and builds compact Log Periodic Dipole Arrays (LPDA) for amateur radio, commercial and military use; founded in 1995; elkantennas.com
FYI Brand Group - A full-service 360-degree PR and brand strategy agency that specializes in crafting a multi-faceted and individually tailored experience for each of its clients, creating boundary-pushing content and innovative storytelling through the fields of public relations, brand positioning, digital and social media development and the building of strategic partnerships to position our talent as undeniable leaders in pop culture. Founded in 2001, by Tammy Brook, FYI immerses its clients in all aspects of entertainment, fashion, music, sports and culture. We sit at the intersection of pop culture and ensure our clients brands are woven into these cross-genre platforms. 
Inkspin1 - one of the first companies to produce custom Skype and SIP software set-top-boxes and media players
Integrics - a UK-based software engineering company providing telecommunications software worldwide
NextG Networks - a company that puts up small, unobtrusive, low power, relatively general purpose base stations for cellphones (and other services, simultaneously mixing different technologies such as GSM, CDMA, wifi, wimax, etc.). They set up distributed antenna systems (DAS) where each node is effectively a remote antenna, the nodes are connected by a fiber optic loop to a local NextG facility. Cellphone providers can then pay to put base stations (BTSs) at this shared facility. Multiple cell providers, even using different technologies, can use a single system at once. They are selling this as a way to fill in holes in existing networks, though their product could alone serve a densely populated area; nextgnetworks.net
Telesis AS - 28-year old designer and manufacturer fCLor TDM and IP Telephony systems; assistance is requested for a neutral article; 
Joel Snyder - one of the world's first audio describers (c. 1981), a narrative technique for making visual images accessible to people who are blind or have low vision; author of The Visual Made Verbal: A Comprehensive Training Manual and Guide to the History and Applications of Audio Description (www.audiodescribe.com)
Nola Taylor Redd - an American journalist specializing in space and physics. She's written many notable articles and is becoming one of the best in her field. She covers a wide range of topics, from planetary science to particle physics to SETI (the search for extraterrestrial life).
airwave device - a device that uses high-speed Internet to broadcast a cellular signal; used by people who live outside their coverage area or for any other reason they would not normally have cell phone signal in their home
ANSI/TIA/EIA-617 - Inband DCE Control for Asynchronous DTE–DCE Interfaces, list of modem AT commands for (frequency) band management
Baofeng UV-B5 - a well-reviewed inexpensive hand held amateur radio transceiver in the 2m and 70cm bands
Black Channel (safety) - a communications channel used for safety-critical communications especially in industrial automation
Konnekt Videophone - a videotelephony appliance designed specifically for the elderly and those with disabilities. References and draft (author conflict of interest noted):  and 
Language icon - an initiative to create an artificial globally recognizable icon, to be used not only web but for real life applications as well to signify "language"; languageicon.org
LG Glimmer - greatly enhanced version of the LG Shine, by LG, featuring both a touchscreen on the ouside, instead of a joystick, and a keypad on the inside
Lumascape - very much talked about in all areas of online marketing, but it does ot have an article. I've not had a single conversation with anyone in online advertising where Lumascape has not come up, and everybody is using it to classify the different companies in the market. Please add this article.
Solid State Power Block (SSPB) - an electronic device used in satellite transmission systems. Similar to SSPA or Solid State Power Amplifier, not to be confused with BUC, or Block Up-Converters. These items all are generic names for satellite transmission hardware and not vendor specific. (http://www.advantechwireless.com)
Supplementary Services - describes the involvement of (amongst others) third parties, outside of a cellular user's direct communications (unknown to the user). This description has a lead in via explaining how the procedure is implemented by the MSC (Mobile switch centre). Prelude exists here:Network switching subsystem#Description
Zepp antenna - a type of radio antenna developed for Zeppelin airships. It is an end-fed (quarter wave?, half-wave?) radiator fed through a 1/4-wave ladder line that has a ¿half-wave? radiator attached to one of the ladder-line ends. The ladder-line dangles from the airship, and the radiator dangles from (one side of) the ladder line. The other ladder-line end is unconnected. It is related to the J-pole antenna, and for ground-mounted antennas has two variants: the double-Zepp and the extended double-Zepp.
Dataware is software you buy or build designed to free your applications from the complexities of storing, connecting and protecting data.
Dexigner is a leading online portal for designers, noted in Forbes for being one of the top five sites for creatives. The website covers a range of design topics, including product, graphic, identity, interior, and urban design, architecture, advertising, illustration, fashion and typography. 
Design for America(DFA) - designforamerica.com - Founded by Prof. Liz Gerber at Northwestern University, DFA has grown to a national network with 36 studios and over 1200 members at campuses across the US. From their website "DFA is an award-winning, nationwide network of university students using design innovation for social good, building community, and developing their capacity to take on any challenge." DFA has been written about in many news outlets, including: Huffington Post and the Chicago Tribune.
Immortal - Immortal the design station, www.immortal.com.sg - a brand engagement consultancy, established in 1990; integrated with ONG&ONG in July 2014 (); the firm was awarded as one of Asia's Top Designers at the Singapore Design Awards 2015 (); the firm bagged a Singapore Good Design SG Mark award for its work in branding The Apiary in 2016 (); Immortal's Directors, Saxone Woon, Stanley Tan and Theresa Yong are Associates of The Design Alliance, Asia ()
Trig Innovation Industrial design firm based in Chapel Hill, NC. First fully virtual company to win an Industrial Design Excellence Award from the Industrial Designers Society of America. Founded in 2008. 
DIALOG - Multidisciplinary Canadian design firm with architects, urban planners, structural, mechanical, and electrical engineers, interior designers, and landscape architects. Formed in 2010 after a merger Cohos Evamy, Hotson Bakker Boniface Haden, Office for Urbanism, and Mole White. Offices in San Francisco, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, and Toronto. (www.dialogdesign.ca). Please redirect Cohos Evamy to this page.
KORBAN/FLAUBERT - Australian sculpture and furniture design duo. Featured in Sculpture by the sea, rigg design prize and several museum collections.
GameMine - GameMine is an American publisher founded in 2017 in Santa Monica, California. The company develops, licenses, and acquires unlocked, ad-free mobile games and sells them in a subscription model. (https://gamemine.com/) 
JLCPCB - Chineese Electronic PCB Production compagnie. Focusing on cheap prices for hobyists.
LAI4D - Innovative model designing system. stands for "Laboratory of Artificial Intelligence for Design". It should be made into an article because it is mentioned in many other wikipedia articles but there is no link and it's popularity as a designing program is growing extremely fast.
May-Li Khoe (Netherlands; Canada; USA) - designer and inventor; former designer, inventor, and prototyper on the first iPhone, iPad Mini, Apple Pencil, and Taptic Engine at Apple, former design VP at Khan Academy; cofounder of Scribble and MakeSpace; holder of dozens of patents in design and technology; public speaker at Creative Mornings, Framer Loupe, Figma, and numerous design podcasts; featured in code.org; DJ with La Pelanga Collective; www.maylikhoe.com;
Bagio White - lead creative director and editor-in-chief of Dopeness Magazine; gained early recognition in the industry for his creative editorial designs for the magazine; signature style includes use of vibrant colors, props, and mood, as well as subversion, of traditional graphic pattern techniques which is most notable throughout the magazine's covers, editorials and online editorials; bagiowhite.com; )
Beci Orpin - Melbourne-based craft designer and illustrator
Riccardo Giraldi Microsoft Creative Director; known for Microsoft HoloLens, Google WebLab, Micd Scalextric, teaching design and his talks about interaction design and the relationship between human and technology
Teknol Inc () is a company working in the education sector, where it promotes the early learning of children. It has 2 applications namely, PREto3 a logistics application for preschool which helps makes communication better between parents and teachers and MySutraa which is prenatal care application that helps parents with pregnancy-related queries from preconception to the time when the child is 1 year old. Teknol also owns a few preschools in India and USA. It also has an extracurricular camp called Fuze Fit. , , , .
Is it not "Kardex", a record keeping system made by an American company; metal cabinets with cards lying down inside?
CLOCKSS - not-for-profit, sustainable and geographically distributed dark archive to ensure the long-term survival of web-based scholarly publications; clockss.org; uses the LOCKSS (lockss.org) technology
Library Philosophy and Practice - Online peer-reviewed library science journal, established 1999 at the University of Idaho by Gail Eckwright and Mary Bolin. Currently available from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Digital Commons institutional repository, edited by Mary Bolin. Available at 
WAYF-less URLs - WAYF stands for Where Are You From. These are URLs to institutional resources that bypass the institution-level resource login screen. Examples are IP authenticated access, Athens, Shibboleth, and referring URL. More info here: 
Moore Crossey - former African Studies librarian at Northwestern University and Yale University
Peter Kurilecz - archivist and certified records manager; writes on archives, photograph preservation, and local history ('Dallas then & now') known for his "Records and Archives In the News" (RAIN) weekly listserv series
Patrick R. Lowenthal is an Associate Professor of Educational Technology  in the Department of Educational Technology  at Boise State University . He is an educational researcher  and author , who researches how people communicate using emerging technologies—with a specific focus on issues of presence, identity, and community online , , . He has received awards for his teaching and research , , . Some of his more notable works include his work on social presence and online learning , , , . He has degrees in Religion and Philosophy from Georgia State University  and the University of Colorado Boulder  and degrees in Instructional Design  and Educational Technology  from the University of Colorado Denver .
Northfield Foundry and Machine Company - northfieldwoodworking.com; virtually the only remaining original U.S. company still making heavy industrial classic (non-computerized) cast-iron woodworking machinery, of the many great companies that at one time were sought-after sources worldwide for woodworking machinery. As written in Vintage Machinery.org (), "Northfield has been in business since 1920. They are one of the very few remaining makers of non-computerized, industrial-grade heavy iron. For example, their 8" jointer weighs 1150 lbs; their tablesaw weighs 1780 lbs."
Requests for articles about technology and tools are on a separate page, and should be added there.
voice-activated personal assistant (VAPA) - application or device that provides information and services to the user and responds to their verbal commands; may or may not provide weather information and current news, organize calendars, set alarms and timers, facilitate GPS navigation, and / or integrate with home automation; ; ; ; ; ;