Best Industry in Water Resources Sector (CBIP Award Winner 2018)

End to End Solution Provider


Real Time Hydro Meteorological System.

Flood Forecasting and Flood Management System With Dam Automation.

Canal Automation and Smart Irrigation Management.

Smart City Water Supply Management.

Software Developement.

Products.

Water Resource at a Glance

Water resource management is the activity of planning, developing, distributing and managing the optimum use of water resources… Ideally, water resource management planning has regard to all the competing demands for water and seeks to allocate water on an equitable basis to satisfy all uses and demands.

Types of the water source. In Study Session 1 you were introduced to the three main sources of water: groundwater, surface water, and rainwater. In arid regions where seawater is accessible (such as in the Middle East), desalination (the removal of salts from water) is used to generate drinking water.

There are nine important rivers of India and they are The Ganges, Yamuna (a tributary of Ganges), Brahmaputra, Mahanadi, Narmada, Godavari, Tapi, Krishna, and Kaveri. Parts of the Indus River also flow over Indian soil. Eight important rivers together with their various tributaries comprise the river system of India.

12 Important Rivers In India,
Ganga, The Yamuna, Brahmaputra, The Narmada, Chambal, Kaveri, Beas River, Tapti, Godavari, Chenab, Krishna river, Saraswati river.

Milestones Achieved


2019 : Proud Moment :- Entered International market Ghana & Kenya.

2018 :

  • CBIP Award for best industry in water sector
  • International Project in West Africa
  • Crossed 100+ crores turnover

 

2014 :

  • Awarded biggest SCADA based canal automation project including GIS & Irrigation Network Management Information System (INMIS) in under Narayanpur left bank canal
  • Launched solar powered Integrated gate for Irrigation Network.
  • Launched GIS based Farmer Information System for NLBC project.
  • CMMi Level 3 certified

 

2009 : e-Governance project for MPWRD in association with TechM

2007 :

  • IGNP canal automation project in Rajsthan (India)
  • Completed more than 10 projects for flood forecasting & Dam Automation.

 
2003 : First Canal Automation Project for Rajghat Canal followed by Nagarjuna Sagar Project

  • Canal Automation Irrigation Network Management for Rajghat in MP (India)
  • Canal Automation Irrigation Network Management for Nagarjuna in AP (India)

 

1998 :

  • In house development of RTU and communication module
  • Awarded by “Tapadia Award” for best entrepreneur

 

1997 : First Project for Flood forecasting and Upper Wardha Project in Maharastra (India) – still working

1996 : Establishment of Mechatronics Systems Pvt. Ltd.

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