Phenotype- genotype gap, has been bridged with the Phenomics, the next generation phenotyping (NGP). Under climate change scenario with uneven distribution of rains, water has become a rare entity. Therefore, judicious water use for crop production has become essential. so, Phenomics facility can play a role in phenotype the existing germplasm for water use efficiency in high through put manner. In Plant phenomics facility, large number of wheat genotypes were phenotype precisely in order to identify donors with high water use efficiency. With recommended packages of practices under recommended climatic conditions, wheat plants were grown in pot. Plants were subject to drought stress (soil moisture content up to 8% as per the soil properties) after anthesis as after reproductive stage, wheat suffers major impact of drought while leads to severe yield losses, while 18% soil moisture content was maintained in control plants. With automated weighing and water stations every day each pot was weighed to record pot weight and watered. At regular interval images were taken from different sensors i.e infra-red(IR)- to record canopy temperature of plants, fluorescence (PS2)- florescence camera was used to record the photosystem –II efficiency of the whole plant canopy, RGB -to record plant height at different stages along with the change in plant area over the whole life cycle which enable us to record change in plant growth over the complete life cycle. Based on the data recorded the wheat donors were identified for high water used efficiency under drought stress.