Introducing Our New Wisconsin Partner

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WHITINSVILLE, MA – Irrigation Automation Systems (, an industry leader in remote monitoring via the internet of agricultural process control, announces the appointment of SureControls ( as their product dealer in the Wisconsin market. Irrigation Automation Systems is the foremost provider of irrigation control and management to the northeast U.S. Cranberry growers. The new partnership with Sure Controls will help grow their share of the Wisconsin cranberry market. IAS President Brett Niver stated “in order to adequately serve a market, we believe we need a committed partner who can properly install, trouble shoot and service our equipment. Sure Controls, a leader in industrial automation, is the perfect choice for us. We’re very excited about the potential this relationship has in the Wisconsin cranberry marketplace. In addition, the synergy between our two companies will, we feel, extend to new markets in the near future.”

About Sure Controls

Sure Controls is committed to continuous improvement of the products and services it provides. This is accomplished through complete, accurate and open communications between customers, suppliers and associates. At Sure Controls, our dedicated associates provide unequaled responsiveness so you the customer enjoy a superior experience. Our team includes, engineering design, technical services, sales and back office to provide you with great solutions. We provide industrial process solutions & automation products that enable “World Class Manufacturing”

About Irrigation Automation Systems

Established in 2004, IAS is the leader in remote monitoring and automating irrigation systems in theberries, grapes and citrus agricultural spaces. IAS is committed to developing technology that saves water and labor costs. IAS products give growers the ability to control irrigation, monitor engine/motor status via control software (Harvestwatch) and manage crop health through the use of  “state of the art” wireless, air/plant temperature and soil moisture transmitters.

For more information please contact Paul Oparowski at IAS or 508-735-