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IrriPro is the only irrigation software that allows you to design by drawing the elements thanks to the INDO technology (on Object) developed by Irriworks. Watch the video for seeing the great potential of this tool.
  • 08 Nov

Come and visit us at Hall 21 Stand E27 (stand Plastic Puglia) and Stand J01 (stand VYRSA) from 12 to 16 November. We will introduce two new software tools created by the collaboration between Irriworks with Plastic Puglia and Vyrsa.
 

 
Irriworks will be present at Agritechnica 2017 to support its partners in the introduction of new software products developed in collaboration to design irrigation drip and sprinkler systems. That's where we are with our partners:



HALL 21 STAND E27


HALL 21 STAND J01
  


Come and visit us at Agritechnica 2017, we'll show you the latest news on irrigation design tools.









Google Maps/Earth

In IrriPro the elements of a irrigation system, such as emitters and pipes contain hydraulic, physic and geometric characteristics and the terrain has GIS infos obtained by Google Maps/Google Earth.

Awards

Thanks to IrriPro's innovative technology, which has achieved some international awards, it's now possible to calculate all the hydraulic parameters and design correctly and efficiently any kind of irrigation system.
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Awards

Thanks to IrriPro's innovative technology, which has achieved some international awards, it's now possible to calculate all the hydraulic parameters and design correctly and efficiently any kind of irrigation system.

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