Creating sustainable services to solve problems of weather, drought, flood and climate risks, as well as creating impact during and after the project. That is the role of HydroLogic in Innovation Actions (IA) and Research and Innovation Actions (RIA). We have done so in 15+ projects in which we developed citizen-science apps, real-time data services and user-centric cloud software, including the associated business models together with end-users and launching customers. Read more >
Data science and advanced ICT play an important role in making water management more weather and climate resilient. Water managers, consultancy firms and researchers are therefore strongly committed to this. But investing in software development comes with unexpected challenges. Your annual investment quickly turns into a cost item for management and maintenance. Do you also see great opportunities in data science and do you want to invest in software development? Read more >
WaterSENSE consortium Partner Water Technology has launched the new WISER Flood forecasting and alerting solution. This solution provides a simple yet effective cloud-based Water Information System for Early Response (WISER). Read more >
Smart digital water platform for addressing water and climate challenges more effectively Read more >
Currently, only around 58% of Africans have access to safe drinking water. More than 90% of African fresh water is contained within 63 internationally shared basins. The current fresh water distribution in Africa is expected to change rapidly due to climatic- and socio-economic drivers (IPCC, 2014).
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Catchment management is usually the responsibility of a governmental organization such as a Catchment Management Agency in South Africa or a Water Board in the Netherlands. However, catchment boundaries are not always situated within a political region.
What are the information needs and requirements of operational water managers in South Africa? Which new services and applications can help them with their biggest challenge: water scarcity?