Lawn watering is one of the most-regulated things we do in North Texas as cities and homeowners seek to conserve water and lower their bills.
Neil Geren, a serial entrepreneur from Frisco, has launched a new company called Sprinkl that makes a smart irrigation device called Conserve.
The device helps save water and can sync to a city’s water restrictions and local weather, The Dallas Morning News reported. It can hook up to any sprinkler system and be controlled by a smart phone or a tablet.
The startup recently raised $300,000 from angel investor Ian Woodward-Smith, who is joining the Sprinkl leadership team.
And, the company received a $1.1 million credit line to develop a new irrigation controller our for release next spring or summer, the Morning News said.
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