Smart irrigation systems are becoming increasingly popular among homeowners and farmers due to the many benefits they provide. A smart irrigation system is programmed remotely to turn on or off the water flow when it detects a problem. This helps prevent water waste, reduces water bills, and helps save the environment at the same time.

If you’re a landscape gardening fan or a full-time farmer and have been spraying your darling shrubberies and crops with manual hose pipes, stop here and now. We all understand that our beloved earth is running out of usable water and we are to be blamed for it.

It is estimated that around 70 percent of the drinkable fresh water on earth is utilized by the irrigation sector, of which about 50% is wasted because of conventional, worn-out farming practices. From landscape gardeners to farmers and conglomerates, everyone is doing their part in the calamities bound to be thrust unto humanity. Manual farming is and will hurt our civilization with droughts, flash floods, and whatnot in the not-so-far future if not heeded with skill and technology.

The United States alone wastes 50% of its drinkable water, which is 9 billion gallons per day. The traditional irrigation systems have led to enormous amounts of fresh water getting wasted in the seas. What is the solution? Smart irrigation systems are the answer to wastefulness and inefficient crop watering problems. With motored water pipes running on, overflowing lawns and fields when it’s least required, all that’s demanded is an efficient smart detection mechanism that waters plants when it is truly needed. This is where smart IoT-based smart irrigation technology comes into play.

The best irrigation system for your lawn or crop needs modern weather-based and soil moisture detection sensors that control the soil accordingly to the surroundings. Smart sprinkler systems are fully automated and controlled by sophisticated sensor technology.

These smart systems detect and control the surrounding soil conditions to water the garden more efficiently. When the temperatures reach a certain level, IoT-based sensors automatically increase the amount of water supplied to the surface. With the help of these smart sprinkler systems, you can avoid water wastage and save money big time.

Smart Irrigation Systems: How Does it Work?

Smart irrigation systems are the future of landscape gardening and crop watering practices. They come with an array of smartly automated features that allow managing your garden’s water supply more effectively.

The system comes with a controller that is integrated with the sensors and an app to manage the entire system. A smartphone or tablet is required to access the system through the app.

These smart irrigation systems come with multiple sensors to monitor the surrounding conditions such as soil moisture and temperature. The sensors provide feedback on the system’s performance, allowing you to schedule watering for the best time of day. It will automatically adjust the amount of water applied to your garden to save from over-watering the soil. This feature also saves you money and it’s a lot easier than trying to remember to water when it’s dry.

IRRIOT – IoT Irrigation Technology

The smart irrigation systems by IRRIOT aim to reduce water wastage, enhance crop yield, and make your garden greener than ever. The next-generation commercial-based smart irrigation control systems at IRRIOT will make your water supply efficient and reliable throughout the season.

All the sprinklers are wire-free and hence do not clutter or disconnect every time. IRRIOT systems run entirely on solar energy, which includes the central computer, sensors, motors, etc. With IoT-based communication systems for commercial lands, you can monitor and control everything from up to 5kms away with modern LoRa radio transmission. The return on investment is quickest and after you sign up for it, the rewards last a lifetime.

With the remote terminal units (RTUs), all the operations are processed wirelessly and via solar energy. The system latching mechanisms are carried on through electrically controlled magnetic valves and various weather- and soil-based sensors.

All the RTUs are designed to work in harsh environments and have rugged construction for the long-lasting life of the system. The smart irrigation system by IRRIOT is easy to set up, maintain, and operate. The user interface is designed with the most intuitive visuals and is suitable for both experienced and inexperienced users.

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We are currently looking for a Business Development Manager based in western Europe. The primary objective will be to search for prospects for new business by building strong relationships with growers and new dealers. This position requires a substantial amount of travel.

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Yes, it is true that I have been involved in many installations during the spring. Everything from apple orchards, strawberry orchards and nurseries. Each cultivation is unique and the design of the irrigation systems varies – with it come different challenges, which I find extra rewarding.

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7.7 billion people, that is the world’s population today and by the middle of the century the Earth’s population is expected to hit nine billion, with more than half of that growth taking place in Africa.

Feeding this growing population won’t be easy. 12 years ago a scientists reckoned that the global food system will need to produce more food in the next 50 years than it did in the past 10,000 combined.

Over 33% of us are facing water scarcity today and by the year 2025 that figure may rise to 67%.

Did you know that 70% of global water withdrawals are done by farmers and this is where we find the greatest water wastage?