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.
During the past 800 years the Dutch have gradually managed to control the water. An unprecedented change in water management is inevitable considering today’s impact of climate change. In the past we built, dikes, wind mills and pumping stations; the next step in water management is a digital one. Read more ›