The Toro Company Selects Iteris ClearAg for Environmental Analytics


 
 
02:11 11/02/2017

Iteris, Inc. ITI  and The Toro Company TTC  have entered into agreement to provide ClearAg global environmental content via The Toro Company’s turf management platform and applications.

ITI  is a global leader in applied informatics for transportation and agriculture, turning big data into big breakthrough solutions. TTC  is a leading worldwide provider of innovative solutions for the outdoor environment including turf, snow and ground engaging equipment, and irrigation and outdoor lighting solutions.

“We look forward to driving further value for Toro’s residential and commercial irrigation customers with ClearAg’s premium weather information,” said Randy Pearson, director of engineering for The Toro Company.

Pearson added, “the integration of ClearAg data into Toro’s platform and applications will allow Toro’s irrigation customers the ability to make real-time decisions and make adjustments accordingly.”

One of TTC ’s main interests is providing irrigation solutions and care for golf courses, sports fields, public green spaces, commercial and residential properties, and agricultural crops. With ClearAg, Toro can more easily maintain and provide customers with the results they need.

“We are excited to extend our ClearAg Platform to Toro’s global customer base,” said Jim Chambers, senior vice president and general manager of Iteris’ Agriculture and Weather Analytics division.

“The ClearAg Platform will allow The Toro Company to continue driving water efficiency in their irrigation products through a better understanding of the environmental information required to make cost-effective irrigation decisions,” Chambers continued.


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