Goulburn-Murray Water (GMW) is Australia’s largest rural water provider. It is currently undertaking a AU$2 billion 10-year modernization program called the GMW Connections Project. Stage 1 of the project saw the automation of 1,800 miles of primary (backbone) channels using TCC™ Network Control. Stage 2 is rationalizing the network and connecting farms on smaller canals to the backbone using technologies such as Rubicon’s Low Energy Pipeline.
RD108 uses Network Control to help the environment and lower operating costs
Fen River meets efficiency and IT objectives at 25% of the cost of traditional modernization alternatives
Naches-Selah automates a complex canal system and improves delivery reliability and safety
Lupton Bottom provides consistent flows while freeing-up operator time