Rubicon Water

Making water available to the world

Rubicon Water

Making water available to the world

Rubicon Water

Making water available to the world

Rubicon Water

Making water available to the world

Rubicon Water

Making water available to the world

Rubicon Water

Making water available to the world

Rubicon Water

Making water available to the world

Rubicon Water

Making water available to the world

The Challenge: Feeding a Growing Population

Feeding a growing population is making the world increasingly dependant on irrigation

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70% of the world’s freshwater withdrawals are already used for agriculture1

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To meet increased demand the world will need to produce 56% more food by 20502

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Irrigation is highly productive – producing 40% of the world’s food from only 20% of irrigated land3

The Problem: Water Scarcity

Water scarcity is increasing while irrigation water is often inefficiently used

It’s common for only 40% of water extracted for irrigation to be used by crops4

Already much of the world population is already  is experiencing water scarcity5

The gap between global water supply and demand is projected to reach 40% by 20306

Our Solutions

We deliver solutions that maximise the efficiency, productivity and sustainability of agricultural water by…

Controlling the delivery of water so that farms are reliably supplied when needed, without spills

Using autonomous canal control, accurate measurement and precise water accounting software

Timing the application of water to crops precisely

Using sensors and software to precisely monitor crop water demand and predict the optimal irrigation time

Applying the optimal amount of water to crops

Using sensors, software, accurate measurement and remote-control technology

Autonomous Irrigation Water Supply

Automated Water Control and Measurement Hardware

On-Farm Irrigation Scheduling and Application Automation

Our Customers

References: 1. Nature-based Solutions for Water, UNESCO, 2018 2. Creating a Sustainable Food Future – A Menu of Solutions to Feed Nearly 10 Billion People by 2050, World Resources Institute, 2018 3. Climate Change, Water and Food Security, FAO 2008 4. Agriculture, Food and Water, FAO 2003 5. The State of the World’s Land and Water Resources for Food and Agriculture, FAO 2011 6. Charting Our Water Future, 2030 Water Resources Group 2009.