Technology firm to introduce water management platform in Coachella Valley

Sept. 24, 2014

PALM SPRINGS, Calif. — SecoSys is a water management technology firm based in the Coachella Valley iHub.

PALM SPRINGS, Calif. — SecoSys CEO Hank McCarrick announced that in October the firm will begin deploying its smart metering and control products throughout the Coachella Valley and beyond, when it introduces its state-of-the-art platform at the American Leak Detection annual trade show in Palm Springs, according to a press release.

SecoSys, based in the Coachella Valley iHub, developed an award-winning, scalable water management platform using smart metering and control technology to enable remote cloud-based website access and control for each water-using device, stated the release.

The release reported that the system provides visual information, alert notifications, data analytics and remote valve control for commercial and residential application and includes a patent-pending, solar-powered HydraPod, enabling users to avoid thousands of dollars in wiring and have access to affordable water conservation by recognizing water waste such as leaks and by efficiently managing landscape irrigation.

“The SecoSys platform is well positioned to help relieve not only California’s current water crisis but also those around the world,” said McCarrick. “Now we are ready to shift into this new phase of market deployment. Our initial focus will be on large commercial and residential landscape operations, recreational uses including golf courses, commercial, industrial, institutional and landscape management as well as residential uses. In short, if a water user wants to efficiently manage their water use, there is a scalable SecoSys water management system for them.”