2017 Show Recap

IA 2017 in Orlando Recap:

 

Announcements: 

ICC PRO 4 Announced (Released 1/2018)

iOS and Android App For ICC PRO users globally
New Analog Flow Metering in ICC PRO
Piccolo XR 8/8 Announced
Piccolo Analog to Digital SmartCard Released (end of Q1 2018)
Investment partnership with Branif Systems Corporation announced

 

Irrigation Show
ABOUT THE IA
The Irrigation Show is the place where the irrigation industry conducts business.With more then 4700 registrants and over 300 exhibitors, don’t miss this opportunity to investigate the latest the industry has to offer across agricultural, landscape and golf irrigation products, technologies and services and talk one-on-one with product experts.

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2018 World Ag Expo

Come and visit us at our booth at the 2018 World Ag Expo

2017 February 13-15, at the International Agri Center, Tulare, CA USA

Booth # 2421 and 2422

See you there!

World Ag Expo

The World Ag Expo, as the name suggests, is the world’s largest agricultural industry show.

With annual attendance over the past 5 years exceeding 100,000 guests, it provides a great opportunity for farmers and technology partners to meet and push the industry as whole forward. Lately, conservation and applied technologies to water management has taken center stage as the world faces increasing challenges to water management, and thus, irrigation.

 

We hope to see you there!

 

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2016 Irrigation Show – Las Vegas

We ended another successful year in Las Vegas during the annual Irrigation Show. Motorola Irrigation and IRRInet Value Added Resellers from across the United States got together for three days to exchange ideas, share customer stories and learn the latest offering in the IRRInet Irrigation Control and Monitoring System. Now our sales and engineering team is looking forward to see our customers in Tulare, CA  for the World Ag Expo in February.

 

Irrigation Show

The Irrigation Show is the place where the irrigation industry conducts business.

With more then 4700 registrants and over 300 exhibitors, don’t miss this opportunity to investigate the latest the industry has to offer across agricultural, landscape and golf irrigation products, technologies and services and talk one-on-one with product experts.

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9% of farms water efficiently

This is a bad number considering we are in the year 2015, and experiencing record drought. You might think efficient irrigation is with “high efficiency nozzles”, Pivots, or most obvious, sub-surface drip-and you would be correct…sort of. Drip is the last innovation by our industry friend Simcha Blass, who later went on to found Netafim, a world leader in Micro-Irrigation products, but not much else has changed since 5 decades ago.

Today, the only step we can take further-as of yet-is to use information to determine when to fill those drip lines, and to manage the other systems with data as well. This includes the Pumps, Filters, and Nutrient Injection systems (Also widely known as Fertigation). Information is power in today’s world of high output, low input type economy.

Data is the difference between irrigating 3 hours per set versus 5 hours. Its’ the difference between finding a leak the next morning, or as it happens. Its’ the difference between using 20kWh of electricity to pump versus 12kWh in an irrigation cycle. Pivots, Drip, Sprinkler, or even gravity fed irrigation can all be made significantly more efficient; Not by laying pipes and valves in the ground, but rather by intelligent water management platforms such as IRRInet.
Benefit of Automating (not in order of significance):

“See the Action”, and adjust-either manually or automatically

On-Time, Every-Time

Adjust power to the “Action”

Make micro adjustments often, rather than large adjustments seldomly

Simplify complex irrigation schemes with Virtual tools and Virtual sets

Real-Time water and nutrient adjustments to maximize yield on the least inputs.

We are aiming to make every farm an intelligent one. Hence, Intelligence Moving Water™

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2014 and Into the New Year

Happy Holidays Everyone!
Merry Christmas 
Chag Sameach
Heri Za Kwanzaa
Motoir would like to thank all our customers, suppliers, partners, and our team members for a remarkable year. 2014 was a record year for us as we expanded into new markets. Our largest area of growth came from municipal water irrigation systems. Farmers continue to expand and utilize our solutions to further growth and improve margins with reducing input costs and increasing revenues.

As expected, sales from drought heavy areas were slow. We are hoping for the drought to be relieved somewhat in 2015. The Drought is bad for everyone.

Our customers are driven to constantly innovate and improve operations. It is no surprise that the world’s most prominent brands, farms, and cities utilize our products, and do not compromise on capability, reliability, and service.

A sincere Thank You to all who made this year wonderful.

Motoir

 

 

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2014 Nebraska Power Show

Lincoln, NE-Motoir and Motorola Irrigation dealer for Central Plains, Ag-Valley will be exhibiting at the 2014 Nebraska Power Show. Come and visit us at booth 1526 and 1528.

Learn about Motorola’s newest innovations for next year and cost effective irrigation management solutions.

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2015 Irrigation Show

Come and visit at our booth at 2015 Irrigation Show, In partnership with Mottech Water Management.

2015 November 11- 12, at the Long Beach convention center, Long Beach, CA USA

Booth # 1825

 

Irrigation Show

The Irrigation Show is the place where the irrigation industry conducts business.

With more then 4700 registrants and over 300 exhibitors, don’t miss this opportunity to investigate the latest the industry has to offer across agricultural, landscape and golf irrigation products, technologies and services and talk one-on-one with product experts.

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The Liquid of Life

Water, we experience it every day; showering, cooking, drinking, cleaning, and producing-Food, Electricity, Electronics, and I could go on.

The over 7 billion Human Beings on this some 24,000 miles in diameter planet, make up a combined 4 billion gallons of water. Incredible, yet we consume billions of gallons per day.

Water is synonymous with life, providing the fundamental functions of all living organisms on Earth. It flows beneath our feet, within our hearts, and falls above our heads (sometimes not often enough!). Lets take a look into some of the amazing aspects of water.

SO MUCH WATER…WE CANT USE. With over 70% of the earth’s surface covered in water, only a fraction of that is fresh water, and a fraction of that small fraction is usable. 2.5% of the World’s water is Fresh Water, and 98.8% of that is stored in ice and groundwater. About .003% is contained in biological bodies such as you and me, and manufactured products. Our vast oceans and our Mediterranean Oasis wont help us here. YES, desalination is already in operation in parts of the world, but it’ is an expensive process that consumes more energy than what results of it.

THE UNIVERSAL SOLVENT. An absolute Marvel of water is it’s ability to dissolve a large variation of molecules. Water dissolves more substances than any other known liquid. This is critical in aiding biological and chemical processes. When we consume food, water assists our digestive system in absorbing and transporting vital nutrients throughout our body. This is the same principle for Plants as it is for us.

IT FLOATS. Every other liquid becomes denser when it is in a frozen state, except for water. Water as a liquid has a density of 62.4 lb/cu. ft. in it’s […]

By |August 21st, 2014|Uncategorized|2 Comments