Irrigation professionals embody strong work ethics, implement education in the workplace, and have a deep connection with their community.
Calsense Newsletter - February 2018
Irrigation professionals embody strong work ethics, implement education in the workplace, and have a deep connection with their community. Check out the recent events and accomplishments from the Calsense network:
Under the funding of SB-1, Caltrans has built a new irrigation training center so maintenance staff can learn how to use our Resource Management System, in addition to learning other skills such as repairing broken pipes.
The team at the City of Orange has built a rapport which allows them to transform data and settings into a cohesive water and labor management system that works for their needs, exemplifying great use of Calsense technology through their high craftsmanship standards.
This past Saturday, Calsense joined dozens of volunteers from the Chula Vista community at Discovery Park to retrofit its irrigation system thanks to funding from a temporary, voter approved sales tax.
If your controller has the 2-Wire option, Calsense has a simple way to discover the decoders that have been installed in the field.
Calsense contributes to a sustainable future by providing an intelligent resource management system to help the government sector conserve water, manage labor, and save money. Subscribe to our newsletter