I'm currently building a Spider Sensors email server and soon anyone will be able to contact us at a @spider-sensors.com email. This is great news for our business and very exciting for myself and our team. The email server will likely be up within the next few weeks.
Thanks to Brianna Ricker, an Alma College pre-med and chemistry student, we will have a Spider Sensors logo. The design is almost complete and we are excited to define our brand by it. Once ready the logo will appear on the site. Thanks again Brianna Ricker!
When looking at current irrigation systems there is one big issue, and that is conservation of water. Many of the current systems focus only on getting adequate water to the crops, field, or lawn of interest, yet fail entirely to recognize that they may be watering too much. It is all too much of a regular occurrence to see a lawn being watered on a rainy day. In today's world this is unacceptable. Seeing the drastic need for water in locations challenged by drought, we need to consider water savings as a higher priority. This is not solved purely by innovation, but also requires individuals to be informed and to take control of their water usage.