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Lumo’s Irrigation Automation Solution is Purpose Built for Growers

We completely reconfigured the way growers automate their irrigation. No more controllers or base stations. No more trenching for wires. No more wondering weather a scheduled irrigation actually happened

Irrigation Automation

Lumo Smart Irrigation Valve
Hardware - Lumo One
The only smart irrigation valve with built-in communications and flow monitoring.
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Software - The Ops Center
Irrigation management software that provides complete visibility and control over your irrigations.
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Support and service comes standard and is available on-site and on-line

How Irrigation 
Automation Works

  • 1. Install Lumo One valves in your irrigation blocks/zones. Done by you or our Field Team.
  • 2. Log in to The Ops Center to create or modify your irrigation schedule.
  • 3. Lumo automatically runs irrigations and monitors for leaks or abnormalities.
  • 4. Audit and optimize your irrigation operations with data and reporting.

Irrigation Automation 

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Eliminate Costs

by automating up to 90% of your current irrigation labor.
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Monitor Your Irrigations

in real-time with Lumo’s irrigation management software.
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Deliver the Exact Amount of Water

by specifying a target volume by block or zone.
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Backed by Your Local Lumo Support Team

to ensure your irrigations perform flawlessly.
Learn more - Book a demo with our team

Irrigation Automation

What is irrigation automation?

Irrigation automation is the use of technology to automate the process of watering crops or plants. This can involve using sensors, controllers, and other devices to manage water delivery, as well as software and data analytics to optimize water use and increase crop yields.

What factors should you consider when choosing an irrigation automation system?

When choosing an irrigation automation system, it is important to consider factors such as the type of crops being grown, the soil type and texture, the climate and weather patterns in the area, and the availability of water resources. It is also important to consider the cost of the system and its installation and maintenance requirements.

Does irrigation automation help conserve water?

Irrigation automation can help conserve water by delivering water only when and where it is needed, reducing waste from overwatering or inefficient delivery. By using sensors and other technology to monitor soil moisture levels, weather conditions, and other factors, irrigation systems can optimize water delivery and reduce overall water use.

What are some challenges associated with irrigation automation?

Common challenges associated with irrigation automation include system complexity, sensor and equipment maintenance, and data management and analysis. Ensuring that sensors and controllers are properly calibrated and maintained is important to ensure accurate water delivery, and managing data from multiple sources can also be challenging.
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