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Agreement with Mendel University in Brno

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  • 21 Oct

Irriworks has signed an agreement with the University of Mendel in Brno (Czech Republic) to use IrriPro as reference software for students and teachers to study irrigation plants. This new collaboration provides IrriPro Educational product for free in the Department of Applied and Landscape Ecology.

Thanks to this collaboration with Prof. Jana Kozlovsky-Dufkova, Ph.D., an agreement has been signed with the Department of Applied and Landscape Ecology of the Mendel University for educational purposes and scientific research on irrigation. Two classrooms for students have been equipped with 40 Educational licenses. Other licenses may be required from students and teachers of the department.

To find out the differences between the versions of the software click on COMPARISON TABLE

To download the partnership paper click on HERE

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