Water managers all over the world are confronted with increasing challenges related to climate change. Floods and drought resulting from increasingly severe weather conditions cause worldwide economic damage, loss of nature, increased political and societal tensions and ultimately the loss of lives.
In the presence of His Majesty the King of the Netherlands, Andrew McCowan and Steve Clark from Water Technology and Leanne Reichard from HydroLogic signed a long-term cooperation agreement to establish HydroNET in Australia. Water Technology will be the reseller and first point of contact for HydroNET in Australia.
At the Water Day in Brisbane, Australia, Friday November 4th, Dutch King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima have officially launched the Smart Scanner for Water Resilient Cities including the HydroNET Water Control Room.
Inkomati-Usuthu Catchment Management Agency (IUCMA) is the first catchment management agency in South Africa officially using HydroNET for the smart management of their water resources. Last week IUCMA staff were trained by HydroNET experts on how to operate the decision support system and how to set up personalised dashboards to optimally benefit from their HydroNET water control room. Read more ›
On 17 November 2015, the South African Weather Service CEO, Dr Linda Makuleni, signed a cooperation agreement with Hydrologic, a Dutch-based company, to develop and implement an online rainfall management application. The signing ceremony took place in Newtown, Johannesburg in the presence of the Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, who is on an official visit to South Africa. Read more ›
On the 16th of March 2016 the Council Meeting of ESA took place at ESA Headquarters in Paris. HydroLogic was invited to demonstrate the HydroNET InsureApp for all delegates and several ministers of state of the ESA member countries. The HydroNET InsureApp is considered as one of the successful showcases within the ESA ARTES Integrated Applications Promotion programme.