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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by Stuttering Stan, Oct 3, 2011.
Announcing New "Irrislacker" rating system division of Irritracker
Hey guys, we realize this isn't going to be a solution for every irrigation contractor. Our feedback is showing our clientele is forward thinking irrigation company owners looking to an alternative to paper and binders. We are also finding that smartphone prices and data plans are only going down. Additionally, more irrigation controller manufacturers are creating smartphone remote technology, Ex: Baseline. Our current users are focused on keeping their technicians in the field, not working in front of a computer in the office, also keeping admins invoicing and focusing on customer service.
We at irritracker love feedback and constructive criticism. Thank you SoCalLandscape for your constant feedback. We will keep working hard to change your mind.
isn't that for use in central?
if i were you boss, i would flag the mains and verify the locations of all VBs before renting a trimble unit. pre-locating the field and VBs would really cut down on trimble time.
then it's just a matter of using a golf cart, a remote and a buddy to record the entire system.
shoot, now i'm pimping the remotes???????
no pimping allowed unless you wear a wide-brim hat with a feather in it
Nope, it's for use in case the $5000.00 clock gets stolen.
you mean that it is lojacked?
sorry boss, explain the gps pls
One of the few things I will not explain. Suffice to say, you will never operate the clock if you job it from the original GPS location. Think "On Star"
These guys have been advertising in IGIN magazine for a awhile. Looks like a good product. A handheld gps to make as built maps for irrigation.
Natalie isnt half bad to look at either....
This was kinda clever too... link from the same site: