• Gracey Griffin

Central Districts Field Days 2019

Updated: Sep 10, 2019

Last week we headed up to Fielding for Central Districts Field Days. We had some awesome conversations with our customers, getting feedback on what they find to be most important. We are all about creating products with usability in mind so it is crucial for us to understand what features and applications our sensors require for future developments. It has been very cool learning about different projects our customers are working on and hearing that Waterwatch sensors can make life just that much easier.

We were pleased to see an overwhelmingly positive response to our new T35 Tank Sensor. The sensor was developed with the agricultural sector in mind and we believe it can provide a great amount of cost savings as well as reducing wasted for farmers.

We also had some interest in the LS1 water level sensor for use on irrigation ponds and effluent storage on rural properties - especially for consent compliance. Reliability, accuracy and fault detection are three of the major benefits customers are looking for in these applications. The LS1 can be a simple and cost-effective solution, especially for smaller properties.

It was great to walk around and see developments elsewhere in the agritech sector with kiwis at the forefront of innovation. It is fun to be a part of, constantly looking for new developments and improvements to streamline the NZ agricultural sector.

We will also be in Kirwee for the South Island Agricultural Field Days from March 27-29, in the marquee at site C 53. If you are heading along too it would be great to talk to you. We will have special prices for our LS1, T35 and LS1-P sensors, as well as offering up any further information you might need for monitoring water levels.

For those in the North Island, we will be up at National Field Days at Mystery Creek in June.

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