First Phase Delft-FEWS Roadmap Developments (almost) finished!
We are pleased to inform you that the first phase of the Delft-FEWS Roadmap developments is almost finished. Also new webinars/instruction videos coming up. Want to know more about the Delft-FEWS Roadmap developments? Read more..
Patches soon available on the Deltares internet site
Have you ever wondered whether a critical bug was fixed for your software version of Delft-FEWS? The plan of the CSB is that in the near future this information will become available on a specific Deltares internet site. In the upcoming CSB meeting the testing process will be discussed. Read more...
Improvement of Joint Actions in Flood Management in the Sava River Basin
On February 26 to 28th 2018, a successful workshop was organized at the office of the Republic Hydrometeorological Service of Serbia (RHMZ), Belgrade. The event marked the successful completion of the project milestone concerned with the first release of the Sava FFWS.Read more..
Flood forecasting for bridge stability assessment: the Bandon FFS
Bridges over rivers may collapse as a result of flood induced scour which decreases a bridge's foundation ability to carry its own weight. Real time forecasting may allow for timely closure of bridges, thus preventing any casualties. A real-time flood and scour forecasting system was developed by University College Cork: Bandon FFS. Read more..
News from the community
HEPEX-ers meet in Australia
Since its inception in 2004, Deltares has actively contributed to the HEPEX hydrometeorological community of practice. One of the meetings of the HEPEX community recently took place in Melbourne, Australia. For three days, HEPEX-ers discussed science and applications. New insights were developed and fun was had. Read more..
5 June 2018 Dutch User Day - Deltares Delft : Emerging Technologies
On June 5th the Dutch Delft-FEWS users are invited to meet at Deltares in Delft for the annual Delft-FEWS User Day. We are working on an inspiring program to update the Dutch Users on the new technologies with regard to flood forecasting. Read more..
The Delft-FEWS blog is a regular item in this newsletter. This blog post is written by Arnejan van Loenen; the next edition of this newsletter will contain a blog post by Gerben Boot.
Collaboratively modelling a FEWS system
Jakarta has many water issues, floods being one of the most obvious. With a collaborative modelling trajectory Dutch and Indonesian counterparts are refining and consolidating J-FEWS to better anticipate high flows in the future. Interested? Read more..
The Delft-FEWS brochure is now available in French and shall soon be uploaded on the portal. The Dutch and the Indonesian version are in the making.
If you are interested in data-assimilation you might want to read about the summer school in China (cooperated by TU Delft and Shandong University). Click here for more information.
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