HydroNET and Deltares launch the WaterCONNECT Initiative

Arnold Lobbrecht (CEO Hydrologic) and Ron Thiemann (Director Deltares) signed the agreement on November 26th

Within WaterCONNECT private, public and research organisations work together to provide an integrated, online solution to help improve the water management decision-making.

By connecting international knowledge and software to local data and information WaterCONNECT works with clients and local parties to co-create solutions to water problems, connecting data, software, knowledge and people.

Read the press release here.
Visit the WaterCONNECT website.

Combination of HydroNET and Delft-FEWS

The well-established Delft-FEWS and HydroNET platforms form the backbone of these solutions. Delft-FEWS is an open platform that efficiently handles large amounts of big datasets and performs massive computations, while HydroNET applies data-mining algorithms and analytics to these datasets to create new information and knowledge. Water professionals and stakeholders can then use the easily accessible Delft-FEWS HydroNET Water Control Room to visualise online personalised dashboards and reports and make well-informed, accountable decisions.

Use Delft-FEWS to structure your data streams and models

Create a dedicated Delft-FEWS configuration for your area of interest and integrate historical observations, external forecast data and model simulation.

Configure your online HydroNET Water Control Room

Use the HydroNET toolbox to enhance datasets. Make them available in online dashboards and reports for water professionals and stakeholders.


Water Technology is the agent for HydroNET in Australia, contact Brian Jackson for more information on +61 3 8526 0800.