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HydroPoint introduces real-time flow visibility and monitoring tools

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WeatherTRAK FlowLink and Web-Based WeatherTRAK Central Enhancements expand flow reporting, diagnostics and remote flow management.

| July 17, 2013

PETALUMA, Calif – HydroPoint Data Systems announced expanded flow capabilities with the introduction of WeatherTRAK FlowLink and new flow management features available at WeatherTRAK Central, the company’s web-based centralized irrigation control platform.

WeatherTRAK enables irrigation and landscape professionals to monitor and respond rapidly from the field, office or mobile device. The new tools quickly address system leaks and mainline breaks to reduce property risks and costs associated with water damage.

“Failsafe, real-time communication eliminates costly hardscape trenching and site disruptions to introduce a flow monitoring solution that is effective and easy to deploy,” said Chris Spain, CEO and President at HydroPoint. “The FlowLink product and WeatherTRAK Central enhancements create dynamic flow management tools, giving landscape professionals 24/7 visibility into leaks and breaks for quick response to minimize damage.”
 

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