TAG: ETwater

Jain Irrigation acquires ETwater

September 11, 2018By

Jain Irrigation acquired ETwater. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. The transaction will close shortly after certain customary conditions are met. “Jain is the technology leader for irrigation monitoring and control, and we are thrilled to have ETwater join our family,” said Aric Olson, president of Jain Irrigation. “After several successful irrigation technology acquisitions, the addition of ETwater, the... read more

Time-saving tech

August 14, 2015By

Technology helps streamline the irrigation 
division of Echo Systems, resulting in a better 
use of technicians’ time and better looking 
client properties. “I can be 30 miles from a site and tell you pretty much everything that has happened with the client’s 
irrigation system in about a minute,” says Josh White. The head of business 
development for Echo Systems in... read more

SmartClub brings freelance work to irrigation

August 3, 2015By

ETwater launched SmartClub, a program in which people can become ETwater ambassadors to promote water conservation and efficiency, as well as attempt to get people in their personal networks to subscribe to the program. Ambassadors receive a share of the revenue for each subscriber they activate. A SmartClub member can sign up as many customers as they want to the... read more

ETwater available via subscription

April 23, 2015By

ETwater, an irrigation service, is now available for public use for a monthly subscription fee. According to ETwater, the company has been investing and developing a cloud-based smart irrigation system that has the ability to reduce water consumption by 50 percent. The ETwater irrigation service includes a new or retrofit smart controller device; all-day service for landscaping and programming needs;... read more

ETwater launches web service to conserve water

August 29, 2014By

ETwater launched a free web service for creating an irrigation plan for any property or site. Logo: ET WaterUsing an aerial view of the property, the website creates the plan in four steps. Users first submit basic landscape details, which allows the site to create an analysis of the landscape, from its soil and plants to climate. Using the analysis,... read more

Web Extra: Blue Watchdog spins conservation into software

July 11, 2014By

Another venture from Patrick Crais, founder of Blue Watchdog Conservation—which was featured in the July 2014 cover story of Landscape Management, Blue Pandas is a water conservation software company started by Crais and two other engineers, Martin Grant and Tom McKenzie. The software automates Blue Watchdog’s water management tasks, allowing the company to manage sites more efficiently and enabling its customers... read more