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IAS assists you and your farm by coming to your farm to review your Automation and Monitoring needs and ensure the best possible solution for your next investment.

The following are the consulting organizations we partner with to bring you the best and latest information. 

Umass Extension – Cranberry Research Station – An outreach and research center charged with the mission of maintaining and enhancing the economic viability of the Massachusetts Cranberry Industry through research and outreach and serving the public welfare by supporting economic development and the protection of the environment.  We are proud to participate in various programs to assist the station development and distributed Best Management Practices for cranberry production and profitability nationwide.

Cape Cod Cranberry Growers Association – “Established in 1888, is one of the oldest farmer organizations in the country. By maintaining focus on grower issues, the goal of the Association is to “Enhance the economic viability of the Massachusetts cranberry grower“. Our mission is to support and promote the cranberry growers of Massachusetts.”  Being a 9th year member of the CCCGA we gladly support the goal of the association and its members.

USDA-NRCS/ARS – (Massachusetts, New Jersey, Wisconsin, Washington, Oregon, California)
We work closely with the various offices of these USDA departments and are glad to support their efforts, supply real world data, along with assistance to expand various programs such as EQIP which provides financial assistance to growers to help them purchase IAS solutions which protect water quality throughout North America. 

Rutgers University Extension – Philip E. Marucci Center for Blueberry and Cranberry Research – Is to “ensure the continued production and availability of high-quality blueberries and cranberries through basic and applied research; Minimize the use of pesticides in the culture of these two crops; Maintain research programs on the identification of natural products in cranberries and blueberries with beneficial health properties; Investigate causes and controls of diseases that affect blueberries and cranberries.”  We are glad to be in a position assist this research station in the pursuit of their goals. 

Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers Association (WSCGA)– We are proud to be a long time member of the WSCGA founded in 1887 to “cultivate Wisconsin’s cranberry industry and support its growers through useful educational resources, responsible environmental stewardship, sound governmental policies and effective public communications.”

University of Wisconsin – Madison and Green Bay – College of Ag Life Sciences/Cranberry Research Lab and the Nutrient Management group creating new BMP’s for nutrient transport and application.

Our Customers – We constantly rely on customer feedback to improve our existing products and services.  Our customers are our most important partners and we strive to keep all lines of communication open and listen to their needs and wants.  They have been instrumental in providing feedback we have used to further develop our existing product lines and create new unique products such as our AlertII™ and TempGard™.