Water Technology supports an exciting crop water use monitoring by remote sensing project for the NSW DOI
Water Technology, eLEAF and HydroNET are excited to announce a demonstration project of the Water Auditing Application, an exciting crop water use monitoring by remote sensing application with the New South Wales (NSW) Department of Industry (DOI), Lands & Water Division and the Natural Resources Access Regulator (NRAR), who will be co-funding this exciting new project.
Water Technology has recently renewed its cooperation agreement with HydroNET and created a new company called WT Hydro – wholly owned by Water Technology – to manage all HydroNET projects and subscriptions in Australia.
HydroNET clients will now be able to contract directly with WT Hydro for HydroNET projects and subscriptions.
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.
The HydroNET family welcomes South East Water and Salisbury City Council
HydroNET RainWatch – radar rainfall data and smart tools.
The Shepparton Mooroopna Flood Report Portal is now live.
A cost effective, accessible approach linking to official data sources in real time.
When rain misses the gauge – RainWatch
Reliable weather information at your fingertips
HydroNET – Radar rainfall data, ensemble forecast data and smart tools for improved rainfall information
Brian Jackson from Water Technology will be presenting HydroNET RainWatch at the upcoming Irrigation 2018 Conference. His conference abstract is featured below.