Kevin Xu is a junior at Penn in the VIPER program pursuing a dual-degree in Electrical Engineering and Physics and Astronomy. He worked with Professor Deep Jariwala the summer following his freshman year on simulating ultra-thin solar cells. This summer, Kevin is working under Professor Rahul Mangharam on a project that falls under the IoT4Ag initiative. His project focuses on using computer vision and machine learning to track and measure plant growth of various crops grown hydroponically, ranging from lettuce to tomatoes. Data can then be used to automate growing cycles for the plant and allow an indoor farm to learn how to run itself without the need for human intervention. These farms can alter their environment to match the precise conditions necessary for optimal crop growth and fruit yield, leading to larger quantities of healthier foods. This is particularly useful in urban areas, where space for agriculture is limited and transporting food into cities increases pollution and cost. This research also allows indoor agriculture farms to minimize waste in the form of water, electricity, and nutrients, leading to more eco-friendly and sustainable agriculture in the future.