Advisor / Researcher
|7 May 2020
2019.02 New Features Webinar Complete
The 2019.02 New Features Webinar was an successful community event! We had 259 people from close to 50 countries attended the...
|22 April 2020
This may be a question some of you have asked yourself. Perhaps not exactly like that, but working with data in forecasting systems like Delft FEWS to make hydrological predictions, you may have...
|17 February 2020
Let me try to give a short update on how we’ve started 2020 in the Asian region, regarding our Flood Early Warning programs. My general impression is that Flood Early Warning is improving in the...
|29 January 2020
Our operational models are mainly designed for water level prediction. For a low lying country as the Netherlands timely and good forecasts are crucial to take measures like dike watch and...
Klaas-Jan van Heeringen
|20 January 2020
At New Year’s Day 2020, Jakarta has been hit by significant flooding due excessive precipitation amounts. The meteorological organization BMKG recorded precipitation volumes with return periods...
Ilonka ten Broeke
FEWS Product Management
|6 January 2020
In seven cities around the world, the Delft-FEWS user days were organized last year.
Baton Rouge, USA. March 2019. For the second time, the USA/Canada...
|2 December 2019
Just back from Bangkok where we organized the Deltares Software Days - South-East Asia 2019 edtion together with our partners HII and KU. It was a fantastic week with over 100 very enthusiastic...
Juan Sebastian Salva
|20 November 2019
Hydrotec and Verbund presented their common works with a flood forecasting system in an alpine region at the Delft-FEWS International User...
|18 November 2019
Building on the opportunities provided by coming together for the FEWS International User Days, we held an impromptu informal knowledge sharing session to compare notes on the current state of...
|14 November 2019
We as FloodTags were very happy to be at the Delft-FEWS user days. Besides a lot of interest at the booth, we had two break out sessions in which we could explain FloodTags through use cases and...