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New Zealand National Agricultural Fieldays 15-18 June 2016

Harrington Systems Electronics is excited to be launching its revolutionary farm monitoring technology in New Zealand this June.

The uSee Remote Monitoring system uses mobile and satellite networks to monitor your troughs, tanks, irrigation systems and much more by taking images, readings and recordings and uploading them online to be accessed via any device, anywhere in the world.

Harrington Systems Electronics Director, William Harrington says “Our products are a must have for anyone who owns and or runs a farm. Built out of necessity on our own cattle station, using the latest technology the uSee products will do more than just provide peace of mind.”

William adds, “Due to the tremendous success in Australia, particularly with the Cameras and Tank Sensors we have decided to branch out to New Zealand and we could not be more excited. We will have a wholesaler right here in NZ which would ensure local support for all our new customers. We are a small family owned and operated company who design and manufacture our units in rural North West Queensland, so this is a big step!”

The Harrington Systems Electronics team look forward to attending the New Zealand National Agricultural Fieldays®, for the first time this year and seeing you there. You can find us at site number IA11.

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