SWIIM System will lead a Tech Talk seminar on October 25, 2016, to explain and demonstrate how its innovative technology can help farmers increase net income by efficiently planning, managing and tracking their crop-water budget.
SWIIM’s turn-key solution allows it to act as its client’s on-farm water accountant, enabling agricultural water users to optimize water rights, monitor the crop-water budget, conserve water and increase net income by leasing a provable, newly-identified source of conserved water. This is done while preserving farm revenue, without compromising the underlying water right/allocation. Its patented process plans and monitors crop-water budgets with greater accuracy and provides producer- and field-specific data that can be aggregated for the water manager on a system-wide basis.
During the Tech Talk, SWIIM will help answer questions on what to look for in a water use analytics platform. SWIIM’s technology is especially important in water-starved states like California and the firm has developed a partnership with Western Growers to help farmers conserve more water and simultaneously earn money for the water they don’t use. Additionally, SWIIM has recently joined the WG Center for Innovation & Technology to bolster its presence in California and collaborate with other innovators to learn how agtech companies can work together to further advance agriculture.
For more information about SWIIM, join us for the Tech Talk in-person or online and read the “SWIIM: A Solution for Water-Starved States” story recently featured in the WG&S Magazine.
Tech Talk with SWIIM
Date: Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Location: Western Growers Center for Innovation & Technology
150 Main Street, Suite 130
Salinas, CA 93901
Time: 4:00 - 5:00 pm PST
Tech Talks, which are offered at no cost, are hosted by the Center to introduce WG members and the community to the latest innovations. For more information about the Tech Talk Series or the Center, contact Hank Giclas at (949) 885-2205.
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