|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...
Our experience at the Delft-FEWS International User Days 2019 was absolutely positive, regarding both the human and the professional aspects. For some of us, it was the first presentation in an...
|6 November 2019
My name is Marc Philippart and I am responsible for the Dutch Forecasting systems of Rijkswaterstaat (RWsOS). These consist of 6 FEWS systems and some adjoining systems like Matroos Archive...
Marc van Dijk
|9 April 2019
After reading the recent blogs of our Delft-FEWS Product Manager and a Delft-FEWS Software Developer, I can imagine you might like to read some more about the role of the Delft-FEWS project...
Technical Director - Flood Forecasting at JBA Consulting
|23 January 2019
Over the last 25 years, the Delft-FEWS software has seen enormous success. From relatively simple beginnings in Sudan, Delft-FEWS has grown to be the most widely...
ir. Erik Pelgrim
Advisor / researcher
|2 October 2018
Working on the java code line on the inside of FEWS is just as fascinating as admiring it from the outside. A good 5 years ago I got an invite for a very challenging job interview at Deltares....
Delft-FEWS Product Manager Developments
|10 July 2018
Being one of the two Delft-FEWS product managers is fascinating. Every morning when I commute to the Deltares office in Delft, I wonder what the day may bring. With operational forecasting and...
ir. Arnejan van Loenen
|11 April 2018
Jakarta has many water issues, floods being one of the most obvious. This excellent article explains these water-related challenges of Jakarta very clearly. The population of flood...
|8 January 2018
Now we are rapidly approaching the holiday season, and our calendars are full of conflicting Christmas parties, we typically take time for some sort of reflection. Allow me to use this blog for...