Capta Hydro's Water Tech Reaches Mexico, Installs 10 Units

Capta Hydro’s Water Tech Reaches Mexico, Installs 10 Units

Over the past year, the company completed the installation of 10 T-5 model devices across three states: Sonora, Baja California, and San Luis de Potosí.

These installations play a crucial role in monitoring water flow in the major irrigation districts of Mexico, leveraging a globally unique surface water telemetry platform that integrates various sensors and communication sources into a robust, vandal-resistant, and easy-to-install design.

The company highlights that their system allows customers to autonomously initiate operations using basic tools and remote support from Chile, facilitating faster and more cost-effective international projects. Emilio de La Jara, CEO and founder, underscored the project’s significance for 2023, noting its importance in improving water distribution in Mexico’s irrigation districts and its acknowledgment by the country’s leading water authorities.

Carlos Castro, Capta Hydro’s representative in Mexico, sees the irrigation water measurement project as part of a comprehensive government initiative, positioning Capta Hydro as a pioneer in the country’s water measurement technology. With the potential to extend this technology to Mexico’s 86 irrigation districts, servicing over 500,000 farmers and irrigating more than 2.5 million hectares with over 25 billion cubic meters of water, the project signifies a substantial growth opportunity for Capta Hydro.

Source: La Tercera.

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