Following-Up

One of the most important processes for increasing system adoption is close system monitoring. Through this, we seek to constantly and closely observe the operation of ur systems in the field, resolve technical or maintenance challenges and learn about our user perception.

Work in Mexico City. Photo: Cate Cameron.

Enrique Lomnitz explaining the way the Tlaloque works in the Ha Ta Tukari project. Ha Ta Tukari is an integral project of sustainable development for the Huichol communities, carried out by Isla Urbana, ConcentrArte AC, Luum AC and the Wixari Collective in Jalisco.

The Mazatec region of Oaxaca. Project in collaboration with Neta Cero. Photo: Tirian Mink and Neta Cero.

Monitoring and surveying work in collaboration with the Instituto de Investigaciones de Ecosistemas y Sustentabilidad UNAM, Morelia Campus, of our sistems in the south of Mexico City.

Photo of the inside of a rainwater storage tank. Project in collaboration with Neta Cero.

Ha Ta Tukari is an integral project of sustainable development for the Huichol communities, carried out by Isla Urbana, ConcentrArte AC, Luum AC and the Wixari Collective in Jalisco.