ClearSCADA Installations

We’ve worked with numerous supervisory SCADA systems including ClearSCADA and IgnitionSCADA that connect with in-field controllers (Remote Terminal Units and Programable Logic Controllers) to enable assets to be monitored and controlled remotely.

I2R Group have extensive experience integrating SCADA systems with HMI (Human Management Interface) software especially with Clear Water and Waste Water Management, Irrigation Management, Building Management and Asset Management.

In many local government environments, these systems also control street lights, remote meter readings and solar powered systems. They also increase visibility and enable better reporting functionality for regulatory and QA requirements.  Best of all, they facilitate much better workforce planning and much more efficient use of contractors. The real time visibility of assets delivers significant cost savings around scheduling, power efficiencies and preventative maintenance.

Improve Efficiency Saving Time and Money

Any local council or statutory authority looking to improve efficiency and save time and money on managing their asset base should talk to us about a solution. Here’s how one Engineer at a regional NSW council has described working with I2R Group on transforming their system. This Council reported slashing call-outs by 200% in the first four months.

We have already seen our call-out rates drop because of the increased visibility and functionality and we’re really only getting started. The detailed reporting functionality gives us deep analysis of all core operations, allowing us to map potential pain points and plan for the future. We have been reactive for many years but now we have the technology that allows us to not only catch up but get in front of potential issues. It’s a massive shift.

Leeton Shire Council Waste Water Network

Local Government

We were engaged by Leeton Shire Council to upgrade the control network for their Water and Waste Water infrastructure incorporating 3 water supply systems, 3 sewage plants and 40 pump stations.

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