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Jain Adds ETwater, Reaffirms Digital Strategy

26 September 2018
Research Note

Advancements in data acquisition equipment, communications networks, and data analytics and visualization platforms have ushered in a new era of technology applications within traditional agriculture and landscape irrigation markets.

On 11 September 2018, the U.S. subsidiary of India-based Jain Irrigation, Inc., announced the expansion of its digital water technology offering through the acquisition of U.S.-based ETwater Systems, Inc. This Research Note covers Jain’s new digital water strategy, and analyzes the broader agricultural and landscaping irrigation technology market.

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