Camarillo, CA 93010, US
Web Service Software
Water Einstein is your outdoor water management system of tomorrow, today! Save Water, Labor, Money and Reduce Damages via an easy-to-use website and smart-phone application. Water Einstein is driven by The Internet of Things technology & Semtech.
Water Einstein is born from the vast years of research and product development experience and our proven algorithm-driven management system that has been developed by Ronald Rieger over the last ten years.
Water Einstein is dedicated to the student-employee and offers many opportunities for them to gain valuable experience, as well as a paycheck, to help in their life’s career progression.
Products / Services
Water Einstein Outdoor Water Management Software and Hardware Solutions
Water Einstein is driven by The Internet of Things technology that extends coverage areas and battery life while reducing communication costs and maintenance expenses. Learns how much water your plants, trees and grasses need and allows you to dictate how much of those needs are satisfied. Weather integrated to prevent watering before, during or after a rain event. Allows users to provide an image of property to map against so that your watering zones, plumbing architecture and smart-hardware locations are visually mapped. Will detect leaks and send text messages to designated recipients with information on both the physical address and which watering zone at that location the issue is occurring-in. Provides a work-order process to track issues, responses and the time and expense to complete on-site repairs. Generate reports on water-usage to better understand where and how water is being utilized per location.
– Over 30 years CEO experience including multiple, successful start-ups and re-organizations
– 40+ years in new hardware/software product design and development
– Products for RMC Integration, Dacor, Parchment, Hitachi, SRI, TRW, UAL, Hudson’s Bay, NES,…
– CSUCI Faculty: Algorithms, AI, Embedded Systems, DB, Gaming and Robotics
– MA UCLA, PhD work completed in Operations Research UCLA Engineering