Is your irrigation controller limited to just controlling valves and pumps?
Typical Park Management
Multiple control systems with single purpose functions
Inconsistent approach to data management for all parks
Smarter Park Management
Single control system with multi purpose functions
Universal approach to data management for all parks
Lower costs, higher efficiency
Remote Access To Control and/or Monitor:
Smart Irrigation control for up to 100 stations per controller with 3G & 4G access to mobile devices complete with SMS and email event and alarm messages
Monitors usage and provides remote activation of the BBQs to provide usage patterns, energy consumption and restricts after hours use
Liquid fertiliser or wetting agent dosing into the irrigation system with soil moisture feedback to 40 cm deep
When using tanks as a water supply the emptying as well as the filling of the tanks is controlled and monitored including historical graphical displays
Smart pump control for multiple pumps using Modbus comms to maximize data transfer between the controller and the Variable Speed Drives
Smart light control for path lighting including faulty light detection and power usage
User pay approach to floodlight control with mobile phone and swipe card access for sporting clubs
User pay approach with swipe card access and central management for standpipe use
Central management of water tanks for fire-fighting or irrigation purposes with level alarms via SMS and Email
Managing parks and public open spaces involves more than keeping the grass green. Modern day parks require a multitude of functions to be monitored and controlled.
From tank or bore level monitoring to irrigation control, lighting control and many more functions that allow a park to be managed from afar.
”We have 43 parks, 2 standpipes, several water tanks and 16 floodlights all connected through our Smarter Control System. Highly recommended, saved us over 200k per year in wages alone.”
-Grant Voss, Town of Port Hedland
Trusted by over 8% of Local Australian Government Councils