The automation of irrigation systems has been growing leaps and bounds. There is a need to automate irrigation systems to meet an increasingly demanding and competitive market.

Automation Allows:

  • Centralizing the commands / readings of a system or several systems at a point, thus allowing a quick actuation / monitoring of the same.
  • Remote accessing  of the system in order to be able to act and plan irrigation anywhere in the world.
  • Uniformization of the systems, for an easier operation.
  • Accessing irrigation historic, performances, in order to apply adequate irrigation to the exact needs of plants, reducing energy consumption, water and fertilizers