The Goulburn Broken CMA, in partnership with Greater Shepparton City, Benalla Rural City, Strathbogie Shire and Moira Shire Councils successfully launched the HydroNET powered Goulburn Broken Community Flood Intelligence Portal .
HydroNET Australia is very happy to announce the first Newsletter for the WaterSENSE project, a four year research in action project funded by the European Commission. The newsletter provides an overview of the WaterSENSE project.
Dear customers and partners,
Despite the corona crisis the HydroNET service and support team is available and can be reached via phone number +61 3 8526 0800 or +61 407 946 051 and via firstname.lastname@example.org. Our team members are working from home and are ready to answer your questions. We will continue to support all HydroNET projects and customers as normal. We are using Skype and Teams as an alternative to face-to-face meetings.
On 25 September 2019, the Netherlands Chamber of Commerce announced the top 100 of most innovative SMEs in the Netherlands during an exciting final. Hydrologic won 3rd place for the HydroNET Water Control Room, which is supported in Australia by Water Technology.
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.