Boston – ePropertyCare, a smart-building technology company bringing Internet of Things (IoT) services into the rental and multi-housing property market, announced its partnership with Wollaston Development, a site development and property design company. The two Greater Boston-based companies will work together to integrate ePropertyCare’s property monitoring technology into new and existing irrigation systems.
The ePropertyCare platform operates over the cellular network and allows landlords and property managers to remotely monitor and control the property through their cell phone, thereby avoiding in-person interactions, which has been extremely useful in the age of COVID-19 and the accompanying social distancing measures.
In 2021, Wollaston Development will begin installing ePropertyCare’s water monitoring system into the irrigation lines, alerting property managers and maintenance if the sprinkler system is leaking or not running in real time, offering suggestions of what the issue may be and how urgent it is.
Additional ePropertyCare features include video monitoring, temperature control, electronic access, smart locks and alarm systems. The water protection system also works on all water lines inside the buildings. ePropertyCare also allows property managers to set one-time codes for maintenance workers to use at the set time of arrival to enter the building and make repairs.