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SmartLink 2.0.7 Release Includes New Reporting
Rich Analytics Now Available for Tracking Irrigation Use and Controller Events
Weathermatic released SmartLink as the first affordable cloud-based irrigation control system for commercial applications in the Spring of 2012 and released SmartLink Flow for commercial flow management in 2013. SmartLink now has thousands of connected SmartLine controllers. Many prominent public agencies and landscape contractors are using SmartLink on a daily basis to manage commercial and residential landscape irrigation.
“As the richness of our sensors and data collection has improved, many of our customers have shown interest in advanced analytics,” said Tyler Merritt, Director of Software Engineering for Weathermatic. “The combination of these new features in our standard reporting that allow users to do more detailed analysis along with our advanced analytics that allow users to introspect their data with some additional third party tools are making this a powerful feature of SmartLink. We are looking forward to getting feedback from customers on how they are using this to track water savings from SmartLine and improve management of their system.”
You can find out more about SmartLink at smartlinknetwork.com.
View the demo video for an overview of the reporting features: http://youtu.be/
Weathermatic is a leading provider of water-conserving technology and services. Using proven irrigation science and market leading technology, our solutions help maximize landscape beauty while saving billions of gallons of water. Weathermatic has been serving landscape professionals for nearly seventy years and has a full line of products including software, controllers, sensors, valves, rotors, sprays and nozzles. These products have been installed in more than 85 countries and on high profile properties like the U.S. Capitol Building, Buckingham Palace and the College Football Hall of Fame. Weathermatic also provides water-saving Sustainability Services for commercial properties that can save 20-70% in landscape water through smart irrigation technology implementation, monitoring, inspections and reporting.