Frenchman Cambridge enhances river basin sustainability by upgrading its channel network to a precision on-demand supply system
Goulburn-Murray Water (GMW) is Australia’s largest rural water provider. It is currently undertaking a $2 billion 10-year modernisation program called the GMW Connections Project. Stage 1 of the project saw the automation of 3,000km of primary (backbone) channels using TCC™ Network Control. Stage 2 is rationalising the network and connecting farms on smaller channels to the backbone using technologies such as Rubicon’s Low Energy Pipeline.
Fen River meets efficiency and IT objectives at 25% of the cost of traditional modernisation alternatives
Naches-Selah automates a complex channel system and improves delivery reliability and safety
Accurate flow measurement provides water-use transparency in Chile