06 Nov 2019 - 07 Nov 2019 Deltares, Netherlands
Delft-FEWS International User Days 2019: Early Warning in Action
The 2019 International Delft-FEWS User Days celebrated the 15th year of User Days and welcomed 150 participants from across the globe. In a survey of participants, both veteran and rookie User Day attendees were present in great numbers.
Keynote speeches were delivered from two markedly different contexts. Al Pietroniro describing the Canadian context for cold regions data collection and operational modelling, while May Layugan described the rapid growth of the Philippine Red Cross Early Warning in Action.
Presentations of great quality were given from government, industry and academic speakers on the challenge of Early Warning in Action. Notable in this were new developments from the Incident Management Forecasting System from the UK Environment Agency and the planned path of Delft-FEWS as we move towards 2025.
We look forward to hosting the User Days next year in Delft, Nov 4-5, 2020 and see our new and old community members once again.
The presentations can be downloaded from the links below. The pictures of the event can be viewed in this photo album.
Program Delft-FEWS int user days 2019 > By Dave Casson, Martijn Kwant and Roman Schotten Deltares
Keynote: A National Flood-Guidance Programme for Canada : Challenges and Opportunities > By Dr. Alain Pietroniro, Executive Director National Hydrological Service of Canada, Meteorological Service of Canada
Delft-FEWS portal, introduction RCC's > By Ilonka ten Broeke and the RCCs Deltares
The Incident Management Forecasting System (IMFS) for England – providing a better service from end-to-end > By Stefan Laeger Environment Agency
Flood forecasting in an Alpine region from the perspective of a hydropower trader > By Ulrich Haberl, Simone Patzke and Juan Salva Verbund Trading GmbH, Hydrotec GmbH
Delft-FEWS new developments > By Gerben Boot, Marcel Ververs Deltares
CSB recap > By Martin Ebel, Nadine Slootjes, Marc Philippart Deltares, FOEN, Rijkswaterstaat
Implementation of Delft-FEWS at Seqwater: Operations, calibration, design and more > By David Pokarier SEQwater
Keynote: Enhancement of Community Based Early Warning System using VCA (Vulnerability Capacity Assessment > By May Layugan, Manager Operations Center Philippine Red Cross
A model-oriented interlink among platforms of IoT, AI, and FEWS > By Professor Che Hao Chang Taipei Tech - National Taipei University of Technology
Adding value and user context: Local knowledge, perception, policy, and contemporary forecast information > By Micha Werner Deltares & IHE Delft
Delft FEWS-based flood forecasting system for Czech Hydrometeorological institute > By Stanislav Vanecek, Pavel Tacheci DHI CZ
Global Data Services > By Gert-Jan Schotmeijer Deltares
Dam operations workshop I - Operational setup of Delft-FEWS for dam operators > By David Pokarier SEQwater
Dam operations workshop II - Operating dams using Delft-FEWS (model independent) > By David Pokarier SEQwater
Using media data in your FEWS > By Petra Izeboud & Daniel Twigt Floodtags, Deltares
The FEWSPo system: actual state and new developments > By Fabrizio Tonelli,Chiara Montecorboli, Selena Ziccardi, Marco Brian ARPAE
04 November 2020 - 05 November 2020 Deltares, Netherlands
17 June 2020 - 19 June 2020 Brisbane, Australia
17 June 2020 - 18 June 2020 Essen, Germany
16 June 2020 Deltares, Netherlands
27 November 2019 - 29 November 2019 Bangkok
21 November 2019 - 22 November 2019 Foz do Iguaçu, Brasil
06 November 2019 - 07 November 2019 Deltares, Netherlands
26 June 2019 - 27 June 2019 Hamburg
18 June 2019 Deltares
30 May 2019 - 31 May 2019 Melbourne, Australia
13 March 2019 - 14 March 2019 Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA
07 November 2018 - 08 November 2018 Deltares