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  • The Big Rural Data

The Big Rural Data (3): 5 Applications for Customer Services

In previous posts we have explored the benefits of working with big data in both hydrologic and hydraulic services and we have given some examples of data mining based on information that in most cases is already stored into databases, with the aim of enhancing operation and planning activities in an irrigation district. But [...]

By |August 22nd, 2016|Customer Service, Modelling, Prediction / Forecast|
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Rural Water Intelligence. The future of irrigation district management

Improving Present to Secure Future Agriculture is by far the largest consumer of available freshwater. According to the United Nations 70% of freshwater withdrawals from watercourses and groundwater are for agricultural usage, three times more than 50 years ago. By 2050, the global water demand of agriculture is estimated to increase by a further [...]

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How much data do you collect?

Most rural water businesses spend a lot of money on data collection. Some of it is used for operations and is considered useful only at the time it is collected since it describes the current situation. Some is collected to fulfil reporting obligations, say to the meteorological authorities or environmental protection authorities and is [...]

By |June 13th, 2016|Customer Service, Data Integration & Visualisation|
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Adasa presenting at Irrigation Australia Conference

Adasa has been selected to speak at the 2016 Irrigation Australian International Conference to be held in Melbourne between the 24th and 26th of May.  The biennial conference and exhibition is Australasia’s leading irrigation event and approximately 4000+ industry professionals will gather together to get a glimpse of the future of irrigation and issues [...]

By |May 9th, 2016|Customer Service, Data Integration & Visualisation|
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RWI at Delft-FEWS User Days Australia 2016

As proud members of the Delft-FEWS Australian User Community, Adasa and Murrumbidgee Irrigation have presented the MIOPS(*) Rural Water Intelligence solution in the 3rd Delft-FEWS User Days Australia held at the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) offices in Melbourne on the 27th and 29th April. During these User Days – organised by [...]

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5 Most common questions about Rural Water Intelligence

When we first talk with potential customers usually they ask us very similar questions. This post has the intention to collect the most common questions raised from these initial contacts and provide their answers. I hope this post will bring light on these initial uncertainties and it will help to better understand the Rural Water [...]

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Improving Irrigation Efficiency and Customer Service

Faced with the challenge of future changes in water availability, Murrumbidgee Irrigation had to understand better the hydraulics of their distribution networks to improve distribution efficiency but without compromising the best possible service to irrigators. To do this, Murrumbidgee Irrigation Ltd (MI) engaged Adasa to implement a Decision Support System to improve the day to [...]

By |February 29th, 2016|Customer Service, Scheme Operation, Scheme Planning|
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The Value of Data for Water Authorities

The best-managed water authorities increasingly recognise that information is a critical strategic asset that needs to be managed in order to realise its full potential value. Much research demonstrates the correlation between information management maturity and overall business performance. Indeed, Bill Gates said in his book, Business @ The Speed of Thought, “The most [...]

By |February 8th, 2016|Customer Service, Scheme Operation, Scheme Planning|