17 January 2022
Delft-FEWS Product Management is proud to announce that the Delft-FEWS Stable release 2021.02 is now available!
Main components The latest version of Delft-FEWS contains more than 125 new features!
Workflow progress and expected run time are now visible in the Admin Interface and the Operator Client's system monitor. The verification analysis display, sample viewer, auto calibration display and the statistical functions have been improved. Statistical plots based on these functions can now be added as preconfigured displays.
Also the Computation Framework (CF) has been extended and improved. CF is the new way of scenario analysis using a combination of modifiers and what-if scenario aspects. A complete new What-if Editor is now available for defining, comparing and managing scenarios. Within the topology component in the Delft-FEWS GUI the what-if editor nodes are recognizable with special icons
Roadmaps Next to these regular new features we have been implementing the yearly roadmap plans (as part of the Delft-FEWS 2025 vision). In the next few years we will clean-up our code by removing/replacing (old) functionality. To assess if your configuration still uses obsolete modules or displays, you can now run a <F12> option to check this.
Links All details about the new features and the resolved bugs can be found on the Delft-FEWS WIKI Release Notes page.
A descriptive release document, links to relevant PDFs and presentations about the new features can be found here.
Events A webinar showing the highlights of the Delft-FEWS 2021.02 new features is planned for March 2022.
Gerben Boot Delft-FEWS product management January 2022
Delft-FEWS Product Manager Developments