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How Does SWAN Work?

SWAN Systems is a cost effective decision support system that enables irrigators to optimise and manage water and nutrient application.

The precision irrigation software processes a range of inputs (forecast weather, irrigation volumes, satellite imagery, nutrient levels in water and soil moisture readings) to provide the information required for precise scheduling and monitoring of irrigation and nutrient applications.

This in turn has benefits for economic, environmental and social outcomes through optimised resources use and reduced leaching.

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Swan Systems Precision Irrigation Software

Revolutionising the Agricultural,
Horticultural & Public Amenities
Industries

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Collect, aggregate and simplify data from sensors, meters, weather stations and weather forecasters.

The Need For SWAN Systems

Unprecedented global economic growth is increasing the demand and cost for the strategic resources of food, water, nutrients and energy. Future demand is projected to outstrip easily available supplies.

At the same time climate change and population growth is putting pressure on the environment and urban green spaces, leading to governments and the public increasingly questioning irrigators’ right-to-exist.

To meet these challenges and to take advantage of the opportunities they present, irrigators will need to optimise their use of all inputs, especially water, nutrients and energy. By doing so, they will reduce their costs, increase productivity and eliminate or reduce harmful effects on the environment.

SWAN Systems is a science-based and user-friendly decision support system that will help you to navigate these issues in a cost effective and accountable way. It collects, aggregates and simplifies data from sensors, meters, weather stations and weather forecasters to provide you with the information you need.

It includes functions for the planning, budgeting, monitoring, management and reporting of water and nutrients applied to any site, be it agricultural or urban green space. Its ability to work for such a wide range of industries makes it the leading irrigation management software available in the market today.

Industries We Serve

agriculture systems

Agriculture

Agriculture

Changing climates, government regulations and the unpredictability of circumstances make succeeding in agriculture challenging, which is why it’s critical to accurately monitor and manage your inputs for the best result.

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Horticulture

Horticulture

Ensure that the crops you cultivate generate the best yields at the lowest cost with a water and nutrient management system designed to help you meet your goals.

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Water Utilities

Water Utilities

Effectively managing your recycled/reclaimed irrigation water projects while meeting community and stakeholder requirements is made simple with SWAN’s irrigation management and reporting software.

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Public Open Spaces

Public Open Spaces

Maintain quality public open spaces through effective water and nutrient management using SWAN’s revolutionary irrigation management software aimed at saving water and money while keeping plants and parks healthy and vibrant.

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Golf Courses

Golf Courses

Distribute water and nutrients across golf courses in the most cost-effective way while ensuring the grass is as luscious and inviting as possible.

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Schools, Land Developers, Ovals & More

Schools, Land Developers, Ovals & More

Easily and effortlessly maintain parks and ovals by balancing irrigation needs with activity use, all while reducing water costs with SWAN Systems.

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