Darren Fillmore

Chief Water Engineer & Project Manager  Mr. Fillmore serves as Chief Water Engineer & Project Manager for SWIIM. He leads the technical deployment team, evaluates agricultural fields and makes water conservation and measurement recommendations for the company’s client base. As part of his duties, he manages simultaneous projects in multiple agricultural regions and contributes to multi-disciplinary product development team.


Donald Sanborn

Chief Software Architect  Mr. Sanborn serves as Chief Software Architect for SWIIM. He leads software development and integration at SWIIM. He has spent over twenty five years developing commercial engineering and mapping applications for a myriad of companies. For twenty three years, Mr. Sanborn has acted as a consultant providing custom application development services and has brought a number of applications to market for clients.


Kurt Loeprich

Director of Technology  Mr. Loeprich serves as SWIIM’s Director of Technology.  Previously he was Chief Technology Officer of OnFarm Systems Inc., prior to its acquisition by SWIIM. He retains 20 years of experience in project management, strategic planning, software development and team building. He has a proven track record of architecting and managing complex software and related technology projects across the full product lifecycle.


Harry Ferdon

Senior Regional Sales Manager  Mr. Ferdon serves as Senior Regional Sales Manager for SWIIM. He leads direct sales activities in established SWIIM regions. He joined the team with the goal of educating growers on the importance of comprehensive measurement and management of their water balance using the advanced methodology & instrumentation available from SWIIM.


Robert Scott

Instrumentation Manager  Mr. Scott serves as Instrumentation Manager for SWIIM. He leads instrumentation acquisition and deployment for SWIIM. His experience includes 34 years with Motorola Communications and Electronics. During his tenure there, Mr. Scott led multiple assignments beginning with territory sales of 2-way radio communications, eventually leading to commercial markets.