Tags : Water management

New Global Water Watch Platform Available Soon

The new Global Water Watch Platform will make details about global surface water available to everyone for free on the web. This new tool will help to achieve a balanced and more sustainable use of fresh water and to have a better overview in the event of calamities. ‘The Water Management Needs Study commissioned by the Netherlands […]Read More

Water-ForCE project kicks off

New Horizon 2020 project Water-ForCE (Water scenarios For Copernicus Exploitation) kicked off earlier this week, with strong Dutch input. The Water-ForCE consortium is led by the University of Tartu (Estonia) and consists of 20 organisations from all over Europe, including Dutch organisations dotSpace Foundation, the IHE Delft Institute for Water Education and environmental consultancy Water […]Read More

Extra Eyes for Water Managers

Dutch water managers take measures to ensure that it is not too dry or too wet. They do this on the basis of their available data on ditches, rivers, quays, meadows, locks, etc. This data is not always up-to-date. Therefore the Dutch government is inviting companies to build a software application based on satellite data. […]Read More