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Mechatronics Systems Pvt. Ltd. Water Every drop count !! Smart Digital Integrated Water Resource Management & Control System Key Strengths Mechatronics Systems Mechatronics, with 20 years of heavy investment in R&D for water resource management sector is in the fore front, and a step ahead of its competitors. Established in 1991, we are the first company to get ISO 9001-2008 and CMMI 3 certification for Integrated water resource management. Mechatronics has grown to become the biggest and only Smart Digital Integrated Water Resource Management company in India. Mechatronics is the only company
in India which has undertaken major projects in water resource management and has track record of successful implementation of mega projects. Mechatronics dominates the water resource management sector in India with a major share of the projects implemented across India. Mechatronics has strong technological and strategic alliances with major product companies across the world. Robust and time tested product & services has earned Mechatronics laurels from customers worldwide. Mechatronics Systems Strong R&D in software and IT systems and products in areas such as M2M, internet of things, data analytics has helped Mechatronics in catapulting its software product division as a major revenue driver of the company. Indigenous products such as RTUs, data loggers, solar powered gate actuators, hydro metrological instruments, fully automated solar powered canal gates, telemetry systems, E-Governance, MIS, SCADA software, Utility water management systems, Web and Smartphone applications. Country wide presence with regional sales and service offices such as Jaipur, Bhopal, Mysore, Nagpur, Ahmedabad, Chennai, Bangalore
A strong team of 200 professionals comprising of software engineers, hydrologists, electronics and instrumentation engineers, business graduates, installation and commissioning engineers and over 200 years of combined experience Mechatronics Systems Mechatronics Presence in all over India Mechatronics Systems Our Business areas Mechatronics Systems Our Business areas Hydro meteorological
information systems Flood forecasting and flood management systems with Dam Automation Canal Automation and Smart Irrigation Management Systems Geographical Information System (GIS) Enterprise Management Information System (MIS)
Telemetry System Mechatronics Systems Smart City Water Supply Management Smart Phone Application Our Business areas Hydro Meteorological Information System Real Time Rainfall Measurement Real time River Level & Discharge
Measurement Automatic Full Climate Reservoir water Level & Outflow discharge Flood Forecasting & Flood monitoring system with Dam Automation Integration to Hydro Meteorological system for accurate Reservoir operation Early Flood warning & inflow forecasting
system Spillway gate control for flood Management Canal Automation & Smart Irrigation Management System Canal Regulation & Control System Water Demand & Allocation Crop water Requirement Enterprise Management
Information System Irrigation & Water Management Flood Control & Dam Safety Project Mgmt Crop Revenue & Water Billing Soil Health Card Fully Automated gates Asset Mgmt Billing & Revenue Collection
Geographic Information System (GIS) Smart City water Supply Management Canal Network Water Audit Crop Pattern Soil Health Energy Audit Land Use & Land
Cover WUA & Farmer Information Kiosk Base Map, Cadastral Map Pumping station Automation WTP & Filter Bed Automation Water Quality parameter monitoring & control VALUE PROPOSITIONS One stop Info
Operational Efficiency Mechatronics Systems Better Visibility and Interactions Quick actions on IWMS Ready Reference of Technical data Total Digital Smart Solution WRD e-Governance
Mechatronics Systems Good data leads to good outcomes! Most of us have the luxury of taking the data for granted. Without the experience of what would happen if we didnt have data to inform our decisions we lack appreciation for the difference it makes in our lives. The need for water resource management backed by timely accurate data is highlighted in these situations. The combination of accurate meteorological and hydrometric data can allow for informed decision making, design, flood warnings and resource allocation in situations like this. After the fact the data needs to managed, interpreted, finalized and communicated to all stakeholders. Having the right tools in the office is just as important as having the right tools in the field. Mechatronics Systems
Hydro meteorological Information Systems Surface Water & Ground Water information and Management System Dam Reservoir Gauging stations River level and discharge gauging stations Rainfall and Weather monitoring stations Gate measurement systems Stage Discharge recorders Wireless telemetry solutions over GSM/GPRS/Satellite/ VHF
Data collection platforms, RTUs and sensor interface for wide array of sensors Software systems for DSS, database storage, analysis software Flood Forecasting and Management Systems, Dam Automation Early Flood Warning and Inflow forecasting systems Dam & Canal gates control for Flood Management Warning & Alarms system and information dissemination to disaster cells & public Integration to Hydro meteorological system for accurate water inflow information Centralized control system over huge area at division level/ state/inter state level/ country/inter country level Mechatronics Systems
Canal Automation Systems and Smart Irrigation Management Smart Irrigation Management using sensors for monitoring water flow/ level, automated gates, delivery schedules, increasing efficiency of irrigation, reducing maintenance Web based SCADA software for integrated canal control/monitoring, demand based supply Irrigation Network Management Information System (INMIS) for water allocation and billing and database management, Geographic Information System (GIS) for command area mapping, thematic layers, cropping patterns, meteorological data, Solar powered Autoflow gates Canal flow measurement stations HR/CR gate controllers, retrofitting Flow control stations (Upstream, Downstream,
Constant Volume control) Variety of flow and level devices Wireless telemetry solutions over satellite/GSM/GPRS/ VHF Mechatronics Systems Smart City Water Supply Automation
Centralized monitoring and control of urban water supply, Predictive & Business Analytics for demand based supply, increasing water efficiency, reducing Non revenue water, increasing revenue by smart billing, reducing maintenance, asset management, AMR for domestic and bulk water meters ESR, GSR monitoring WTP automation Water quality monitoring Flow monitoring Control valve automation Pump: Energy monitoring and automation Leakage detection
Water and Energy audit Water metering solutions Remote Terminal Units (RTU) with built in PLC SCADA software, data storage and analysis software Mechatronics Systems E-Governance IMPROVE GOVERNMENT EFFICIENCY IMPROVE CITIZEN SERVICE PROMOTE
ECONOMIC COMPETITIVENESS Reduce costs by eliminating paperwork and improving processes Enhance collaboration and knowledge sharing within government Obtain skilled and capable staff and train existing staff Convenient: 24x7 self-service Customized: tailor service delivery to customer needs
Consistent: predictable and reliable Build community among global citizens, suppliers, employees and stakeholders Increase transparency, consistency and predictability Create attractive environment for foreign investment in the country
Increase access of national businesses to the world economy and markets Facilitate the formation of businesses and increased employment Mechatronics Systems Mechatronics Systems Geographical Information System
Base Maps Preparation Contour Maps Preparation Cadastral Maps Preparation Thematic Maps Preparation Real Time Data Integration with GIS Analytics Based on GIS Land Use & Land Cover (Land Records Details from Revenue Dept.) Crop Health Analysis Environmental Assessments
Precision Agriculture Hydrology Wetland Delineation Mechatronics Systems Products & Systems Mechatronics Systems Data Collection Platform MECH-DASTU series of data collection platform are robust, field proven devices, designed to operate in harsh environments and capability to interface with wide array of field sensors. With connectivity features such as
Ethernet/ RS232/ RS 485/ USB / SDI 12 they truly connect to a smart network, and internet of things Interface to any telemetry networks VSAT/INSAT/GSM/GPRS/VHF/UHF etc. Works as a Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) with built in Logic Controller for control and automatic operation of a Spillway/ HR/CR/Laterals/DPO gates, valve actuators,. Mechatronics Systems Gate Measurement System (GMS) MECH-GMS is specially designed measurement system for radial,
vertical and screw type gates of Dams and Canals This can be interfaced with variety of sensors like linear/rotary/absolute encoders and optical encoders. Special function for conversion of radial gate opening to vertical opening. With these kind of sensors it is easy to integrate the controlling structures in a irrigation network to a smart network Mechatronics Systems Control Console Micro controller based fully Compatible with any RTU for Remote / Local operations from control center. Remote and/or Local Auto / Manual Mode selection
facility Equipped with Single phasing preventer and safety fuses. Digital display of Gate status Overload protection with indication on front panel. Protection for dry pumping , priming failure, vibration, temperature, under / over voltage Variable control voltages. Variable frequency Drives (VFD) Local / Field operation facility Interlocking for auto / manual operation. Space Heaters, illuminating lamp. Cable glands for cable entry at bottom Mechatronics Systems Automatic Rainfall station
Self-Reporting at predefined programmable time interval Selectable Station ID Local Data Storage for one year with Data retrieval facility
Programmable Data Storage interval from 1.00 min to 24.00 Hrs. Local Display facility using VGA graphics LCD display Two RS-232 ports, One RS-485 port, One SDI-12 port, One Ethernet Port & Two USB ports Long range data Transmission--- Using VHF / UHF / GSM / GPRS / VSAT / INSAT/GOES / Lease Line networks Easy to Read & Calibrate Auto Reset facility after one year Improved accuracy Input power voltage 12-19 V Solar power supply GPS Receiver (Optional) Remote Programmable Having capability to interface variety of sensors with varying range of output Test mode facility with data log Mechatronics Systems
Water Level Gauge system Microprocessor / Micro-controller based solid state controller. Self-Reporting at predefined time interval Selectable Station ID Local Data Storage for one year with Data retrieval facility Programmable Data Storage interval from 1.00 min to 24.00 Hrs. Local Display facility using VGA graphics LCD display Two RS-232 ports, One RS-485 port, One SDI-12 port, One Ethernet Port & Two USB ports Long range data Transmission--- Using VHF / UHF / GSM / GPRS / VSAT / INSAT/GOES / Lease Line networks Easy to Read & Calibrate Auto Reset facility after one year Improved accuracy Input power voltage 12-19 V Solar power supply
GPS Receiver (Optional) Remote Programmable Mechatronics Systems MECH HYDRO-MET SYSTEM Self-Reporting at predefined time interval. Selectable Station ID. Local Data Storage for one year having Data retrieval facility Local Display facility using VGA graphics LCD display Two RS-232 ports, One RS-485 port, One SDI-12 port, One Ethernet Port & Two USB ports. Long range data Transmission--- Using VHF / UHF / GSM / GPRS / VSAT / INSAT/GOES / Lease Line networks. Easy to Read & Calibrate Auto Reset facility after one year. Improved accuracy.
Input power voltage 12-19 V Solar power supply. GPS Receiver (Optional) Remote Programmable Mechatronics Systems Online Battery Charger for solar Model MECH OBCS MECH OBCS delivers 10 A of output current at 12VDC Versatile charger input ranges 12-20 VDC. Charge level monitor provides an indication of the battery charge, battery low on LED. Power failure indication on LED with potential free contact. Reverse polarity indication for output. Output over load protection.
Over voltage protection for Input and Output. Mechatronics Systems MECH Ultrasonic Smart Flow meter
Design to work in harsh environment Self-Reporting at predefined time interval. Selectable Station ID. Local Data Storage for one year RS-232 interface for Data retrieval VGA graphics LCD display Measure & display cumulative flow, flow rate, velocity with time & date stamp GSM / GPRS data communication. Easy to Install & Maintain Improved accuracy. Self adjusting to adopt changes in pipe diameter due to
scaling and corrosion. Fast response AMR function available 5 year battery life, no external power required Remote Programmable Self diagnostic function to indicate the faults Multi cross path up to 32 array IP 68 protection Mechatronics Systems Auto Flow Gates for Canal Networks Solar powered Smart gate for canal control and monitoring Inbuilt Flow Measurements. Minimal Power requirements Suitable for Solar /DC/ AC power Suitable to Retrofit on existing gate structure Inbuilt Gate Position sensor with digital Readout Limit switches (High, Low, near high, near low)
Interface with almost all RTUs/PLC Push-buttons for Local operations RS-485, SDI-12, RS 232 Interface MODBUS / PROFIBUS protocols Suitable for Local/Remote/Automatic control. Flow measurement Accuracy better than +/- 2.5 % Programmable units of Measurements FPS / MKS Suitable to Integrate with SCADA network Level measurement using ultrasonic/Pressure type level sensor. Robust construction for Field Operation Powers-supply 12 VDC / solar power / 1 phase AC Canal Discharge Measurement Stations Side looking Doppler are installed at designated point, to measure velocity,
and discharge accurately. Considering heavy siltation problem the canal profile will be monitored at regular intervals Four Doppler Canal profiler device are provided. Mechatronics Systems Gate Actuators and Automation of Radial Gates of Dams and Canals MECH-ACT is specially designed gate actuators for operation of gates in Dams and Canals. Automated Control Panels, with intelligent RTUs, interface with gate motors and level sensors, measures gate positions,
discharge measurement, for an automatic control of Gates Gates can be controlled based on set discharge, set level, set gate opening. Two way communication with master station for remote automated control of reservoirs or canals. Mechatronics Systems Farmer Information Kiosk Customized for Irrigation and water management applications Backed by huge data base and algorithms and compatibility with other applications like GIS/MIS etc. Fast data analysis and query handling Replicability and scalability Multi-lingual support
Individual farm & soil health details Irrigation schedule Water requirement & allotment Crop details Water consumption & Billing Data from agriculture commodity Markets DSS feedback to forecast production Individual farmer level crop plans Maintaining log books & disseminated to community Mechatronics Systems SCADA software The MECH SCADA /MMI Software is a complete automation solution providing graphical visualization, Data
acquisition and Supervisory Control for field instrumentation program. The MECH SCADA system is comprises of host software automation solutions including remote telemetry systems, remote terminal units (RTU), programmable logic controllers (PLCs) which are typically installed in remote areas. Communication is over long distances to the host system. Tools for viewing historical data and generating Maintenance & Management reports.
An event scheduler is provided for performing tasks at specific times, such as generating & printing reports. Mechatronics Systems EIMS software Enterprise Information Management System (EIMS) provides the right information to the right persons at the right time to facilitate making more informed decisions for water resources departments. The main aim of the application is to create an information backbone and information flow arrangements to create water resources departments deliver cost effective and efficient services. EIMS focuses on the creation and effective use of IT infrastructure and supporting information systems to institutionally strengthen the core functions of water resources departments.
Features: Integration with SCADA,GIS, INMIS & water supply Monitoring Real Time Hydro metrological Information Real Time Reservoir Monitoring Irrigation monitoring, control and Management Resource Planning & Management Water Supply Monitoring, Control and Management Mechatronics Systems Geographical Information System (GIS) 1. Presenting detailed spatial information for various entities involved in Irrigation Projects. i. Water Resources - Canal , River , Dam, Water bodies, ground water etc ii. Land Resources - Soil and its nutrition
factors , Farms ,Land Use, Land cover iii. Hydro Met - Geo-morphology, Weather, Rainfall. iv. Others - Bridges , buildings , rail and road network etc 2. Swipe and Blend tool for GIS data analysis. i. WUA , Farmer Information Kiosks data presentation through GIS ii. Soil Survey, Soil Health iii. Water demand and Billing details from MIS to GIS iv. Trend analysis for surface, soil, ground water, Water demand, water supply prospects. v. GIS data and Modeling. Mechatronics Systems Android/ iOS Application/SMS for real time information dissemination
Success Stories Mechatronics Systems Success Stories RTDAS RTDAS for Krishna Bhima Basin (MH) RTDAS for Wainganaga Basin (MP) Flood Mgmt Upper Wardha (MH) Bembla (MH) Anjenum Project (Goa)
Mechatronics Systems IGNP Canal Automation Rajkot Water supply project Case Study of Upper Wardha Dam Project The Wardha River, across which the Upper Wardha Dam is built, is a tributary of the Godavari River. From its origin, at an altitude of 785 m in Satpura Range from the Multai Plateau in Betul District of Madya Pradesh, the river flows 32 km in Madhya Pradesh and then enters into Maharashtra near the Multai plateau of the Satpuda range It flows along the entire northern and western border of the Wardha district. After traversing 528 km, it joins Wainganga River and together it is called the Pranhita, which ultimately flows into the Godavari River. Kar, Wena, Jam and Erai are its left-bank tributaries whereas Madu, Bembla and Penganga are the right-bank tributaries.
The catchment area of 4,302 sq. Km is hilly and forested in its upper reaches from its source and the lower reaches are flat wide valleys. The project is located near Morshi, about 8 km towards to the east of Morshi and 56 km from the Amaravati town, in the Godavari River Basin. Total Storage 786 Mm3, Design Flood 19457 Cumecs, Spillway gates of size 18 X 12 mtrs. 13 nos. Mechatronics Systems Case Study of Upper Wardha Dam Project Created havoc due to Mowad Dam U/S of Upper Wardha dam breached in 1992 and caused heavy losses to lives & properties on D/S of Upper Wardha dam. Due to this there was a loss of communication, power failure at Dam site and the spillway gates could not be operated in time. Similar situation happened in 1994 due to heavy flood. Experiencing such situations Government of Maharashtra decided to install the real time flood forecasting & flood management system comprising of
Hydro-Meteorological data acquisition system (RTDAS) , Decision support system with Spillway & Head Regulator gate automation. The System was Designed, Developed & Installed in 1997 proved its importance during flood situations in 2002, 2005, 2014, & 2016. Mechatronics Systems Case Study of Upper Wardha Dam Project Installed System Spillway Gate Automation 13 Nos. Reservoir Level Monitoring & Discharge 1 No
Left & Right Bank Canal Head Regulator- 3 Nos. Automated Rainfall Stations 9 Nos. Automated River Gauge & Discharge station 4 Nos. Water supply flow Measurement 3 Nos. Gallery Dewatering Pump Automation 5 pumps
Area & Gallery Lighting Automation 1 no. Remote Monitoring Station 3 Nos. VHF Data Communication Network Mechatronics Systems Case Study of Upper Wardha Dam Project Automation system of Upper wardha project is completed in 1997. This is first fully Automated water resource management project in
India. This Automation Project Monitor & Control following: Continuously Monitor Reservoir Level, Gate opening, field data Control reservoir gate operation as per ROS following gate operation schedule. Calculate Discharge rate, Inflow rate, expected inflow, contents, % contents, time to reach FRL, time to reach MWL etc.
Monitor & control left & right bank canal head regulator gates Water supply monitoring, measurement & Bill generation of MIDC, MJP & Morshi Town. Remote monitoring from sub Division, Division & Circle office. Mechatronics Systems Case Study of Upper Wardha Dam Project Mechatronics Systems Case Study of Upper Wardha Dam Project
Mechatronics Systems Case Study of Upper Wardha Dam Project Mechatronics Systems Case Study of Upper Wardha Dam Project Optimisation of water storage Real time remote reservoir monitoring and control Instantaneous Decision making Advanced flood forecasting & early warning Efficient flood routing avoiding damages to lives & properties without affecting dam safety. Reduction / Elimination of man-made errors Easy and efficient model analysis for further use Single room control. Reduction in operational & maintenance costs.
Better service to the water users resulting increase crop produce Easy & accurate water supply management resulted increase in revenue Better response to emergencies Mechatronics Systems Case Study of RTDAS Krishna & Bhima Basin Mechatronics Systems Case Study of RTDAS Krishna & Bhima Basin - Background The geographical area of Maharashtra state is 308 Thousands Km2. Major river basins in the state are the Krishna river with its major tributary as Bhima, Godavari, Tapi and the West flowing rivers of Konkan strip.
Maharashtra receives rainfall from both south-west and north-east monsoon. The state has very highly variable rainfall ranging from 6000 mm in upper catchments to 400 mm in shadow areas of lower catchments. Majority of rainfall mainly occurs in a four months period between June to September with the number of rainy days varying between 40 to 100 . The state experiences flash floods particularly in Western Ghats including Krishna and Upper Bhima basins. For instance, Sangli and Kolhapur districts in Krishna Basin and Pune and Solapur districts in Bhima basin experienced severe flood several times during recent decade. Mechatronics Systems Case Study of RTDAS Krishna & Bhima Basin - Scope Automatic Rain Gauge (ARG) Stations: It is proposed to install new ARGs at 127 locations in the project area
Full Climate Stations (FCS): In the project area it is proposed to install FCS at 42 locations Gauge Discharge (GD) Stations: Along the river Krishna, Bhima and its major tributaries, it is proposed to install 37 gauge discharge (GD) stations out of which 2 GD stations have ARG and 2 GD stations have FCS combined at these locations. Reservoir Level and Outflow Stations: There are 46 Reservoir level and outflow stations in this project . 26 Reservoir have 171 gate sensors.
Mechatronics Systems Case Study of RTDAS Krishna & Bhima Basin - Scope Establishing Hybrid Data communication network of VSAT and GSM/GPRS. Satellite data communication network along with the VSAT MASTER station at Sinchan Bhavan Pune and 93 remote stations Establishing GSM/GPRS data communication network with the GSM/GPRS receiving center at Sinchan Bhavan Pune and 156 remote stations Out put the Real Time Data in required format for further Analysis and flood estimation. Develop Web Based application software Operation & Maintenance for 5 Year Period. Mechatronics Systems Case Study of RTDAS Krishna & Bhima Basin VSAT network VSAT VSAT
Satellite River Level Weather station RTDAS Software Reservoir Level Data Collection Platform Mechatronics Systems VSAT DATA Server Rainfall Data Centre at Sinchan Bhavan
Case Study of RTDAS Krishna & Bhima Basin GSM/GPRS network GSM/GPRS Network GSM/GPRS Modem GSM/GPRS Modem Weather station Rainfall River Level Data Collection Platform
Mechatronics Systems RTDAS Software GSM/GPRS Data Collection System Data Centre at Sinchan Bhavan Case Study of RTDAS Krishna & Bhima Basin Data Centre GSM/GPRS Modem VSAT Modem GSM/GPRS Data
Server Quality Control Server VSAT Data Server LAN Work Station Mechatronics Systems Display DSS Server Printer
Case Study of RTDAS Krishna & Bhima Basin Rainfall Mechatronics Systems Case Study of RTDAS Krishna & Bhima Basin Rainfall Mechatronics Systems Case Study of RTDAS Krishna & Bhima Basin River Gauge Mechatronics Systems Case Study of RTDAS Krishna & Bhima Basin River Gauge Mechatronics Systems Case Study of RTDAS Krishna & Bhima Basin River Gauge
Mechatronics Systems Case Study KRISHNA BHAGYA JAL NIGAM LTD. NARAYANPUR LEFT BANK CANAL SMART IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT & CANAL AUTOMATION Mechatronics Systems Case Study of KBJNL Narayanpur Dam is located on Krishna river near Bachihal and Siddapur village of Bijapur District . This reservoir caters to the irrigation needs of a very vast area of about 5.4 lakh hectares.
The reservoir supplies water to Narayanpur Left Bank canal. Narayanpur Left Bank canal (NLBC) is the biggest and the main artery of canal network about 77 Kms. Designed to discharge of 10,000 cusecs to irrigate 4.50 Lakhs Ha. The network also includes Hunasagi Branch Canal, Indi Branch Canal, Jewargi Branch Canal, Mudbal Branch Canal, and Shahpur Branch Canal and Indi Lift Canal and sub systems Mechatronics Systems Case Study of KBJNL Mechatronics Systems Case Study of KBJNL SCOPE OF WORK
1. Providing and fixing SCADA Integrated Automatic Gates at 30 distybutory gates, 335 laterals and DPOs 2. SCADA software comprising of Control, Regulation and Simulation 3. Irrigation Network Management Information System (INMIS), Planning based on Demands and availability of water before start of the season, 4. Geographical Information System (GIS), base map creation and updation every season, Crops mapping, Soil Health, Weather, Water Use, Demand etc. 5. 210 farmer Information Kiosks, as part of Water Allocation Management, and as a tool for information collection and dissemination to Water User Cooperative Societies 6. Automation of existing 41 HR/CR/Escape gates on NLBC main Canal with Mechanical Refurbishing and electrical retrofitting 7. Establishing Wireless DATA communication network 8. Establishing Master control station and training center at Narayanpur 9. Establishing 10 Remote Monitoring Stations 10.Operation & Maintenance for 5 years Mechatronics Systems
Case Study of KBJNL Overall Architecture Crop water requirement & soil health Distributaries, laterals, DPOs Mechatronics Systems CR & Escapes Case Study of KBJNL Fully Integrated Automated gate Antenna Solar Panel Pole Mast
Camer a Solar Hoist Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) Hand Wheel (Removable) Grating Protective Enclosure Battery Ultrasonic Level Sensor (U/S) Gate Guide Frame Mechatronics Systems
GATE VEN T ULTRASONIC SENSOR WELL Stem NUT ULTRASONIC SENSOR WELL Ultrasonic Level Sensor (D/S) Case Study of KBJNL Gate Installation & Retrofitting Mechatronics Systems Case Study of KBJNL Farmer Information Kiosk
Mechatronics Systems Case Study of KBJNL Farmer Dash Board Mechatronics Systems Case Study of KBJNL Water Demand Mechatronics Systems Case Study of KBJNL Water Bill Mechatronics Systems Case Study of KBJNL Soil Health Card Mechatronics Systems
Case Study of KBJNL State level commodity rates Mechatronics Systems Case Study of KBJNL GIS Mechatronics Systems Case Study of KBJNL GIS Base Map Administrative Boundaries Mechatronics Systems Ground Control Point
Thematic Layer Soil map Case Study of KBJNL GIS Thematic Layer-Geomorphology Thematic Layer-Lithology Mechatronics Systems Thematic Layer-Ground water Thematic Layer-Well Location Case Study of KBJNL Canal Control Software Mechatronics Systems Case Study of KBJNL Canal Control Software
Mechatronics Systems Case Study of KBJNL Canal Control Software Mechatronics Systems Case Study of KBJNL INMIS INMIS Crop Revenue (Billing & Revenue Collection) Far mer Reg istr atio
n Wa ter De ma nd No tifi cati on Agr ee me nt
Irri Wat gati er on Bill & Rec Pay ord men ing ts Mechatronics Systems Asset Water User CoOp Society Soil Health
Card Case Study of KBJNL INMIS Farmer Registration Mechatronics Systems Case Study of KBJNL INMIS Revenue Report Mechatronics Systems Case Study of KBJNL INMIS Water Demand Report Mechatronics Systems Thank You
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