The ORMVAH (Haouz Regional Office for Agricultural Development) covers an area of over 660,000 ha, 145,000 of which have been the object of hydraulic development projects. Large-scale hydraulic infrastructures exist in three different zones : central Haouz (including N’fis), upstream Tessaout and downstream Tessaout.
This study aims to modernise control systems on three of the canals managed by the ORMVAH:
The Rocade and N’fis canals are now properly controlled, but still operated by a remote management system set up 30 years ago and partially refurbished 15 years ago. This project concerns the replacement of remote-control equipment and optimisation of canal management in order to ensure that the control system operates as efficiently as possible.
The project consists of 3 phases: