What’s the latest news on smart sprinkler systems?
In a series of posts on this topic, Polygon will be examining the future of water and wastewater management with the help of expert experts.
Today, we’ve rounded up some of the best smart sprinklers available today, which are designed to reduce the risks of waterborne diseases, including the H1N1 pandemic.
We’ll be exploring how these systems work and how they’re being used.
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These systems are designed and manufactured by a variety of companies, including Philips, EKO, Epson, Kemet, and Zebra.
Philips has announced that it’s working with EKON to develop a smart sprinklor system.
The EKon Smart Swimmer is a smart water system that is being developed for smart sprinklements that uses a combination of sensors and wireless communication.
The system is expected to have a range of up to 50 meters.
The Smart Swimmers are expected to be released in 2018.
In its announcement, Philips explained that it plans to integrate the Smart Swims into their Smart Water System.
The Philips Smart Swim is a combination water- and wastewater-control device that is designed to integrate with their Smart Swimmable products.
It is the first smart water management system for smart pumps, which Philips is aiming to integrate into their new Smart Swillable products in the near future.
The Smart SwIM uses a 3-axis sensor that is placed in the bottom of a water tank and allows the pump to control the flow of water from the water tank.
When the water is flowing through the Smart Water Pump, the pump can be turned on or off and can switch between a normal and an automatic mode.
The Philips Smart Water Swimmer features a large battery that can provide up to 10 hours of usage in water tanks.
The system is compatible with Philips Smartwater and Smart WaterSmart products, and is expected on the market later this year.
The next generation of smart water sprinklers that Philips is developing are based on a water-swimming system called Smart Swellable.
The new technology uses the same technology as the Philips Smartswimmers, but with an additional sensor to detect changes in temperature.
The sensors on Smart Swells can detect a change in temperature, and switch off the sprinkler if it detects that it has exceeded a specified temperature.
These new smart sprinkles will be released by Philips in 2018 and are expected on their Smart water systems by the end of 2019.
If Philips’ Smart Swllables are as promising as Philips claims, you’ll be able to install them in your home and not have to worry about any of the other water-related problems that are plaguing homeowners.
The smart water pumps that Philips has been developing are expected for 2019.
Philips says that the pumps will be available in the next three to five years.
Philips also says that smart water systems will become the norm.
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal in 2016, Philips CEO Tim Wijnenhuis said that the company was working with partners to develop smart sprinklet systems.
“The future is coming, and we’re not going to stop there,” Wijenhuis told the WSJ.