HydroLogic is a research and consultancy company specialised in water management. At HydroLogic they have a great interest in water and climate issues. They believe that advanced ICT technologies play a major role in solving the world’s most urgent water problems resulting from urbanisation and climate change.
Their team provides innovative and effective solutions to water-related problems in rural and urban water systems. They offer specialised research and development in water management and ICT tools for analysing, designing, engineering and operating water systems. They combine their services with proven technologies for transparent stakeholder communication.
They are a team of hydrologists and ICT experts who understand the responsibility they have to society and are seeking sustainable, innovative environmental solutions to urgent water problems. They work closely together with consultants, research organisations and clients, both in and outside the Netherlands.
Clients include environmental agencies, ministries, water boards, provinces, municipalities and the European Commission. They carry out commercial and research projects and have two offices in Amersfoort and Delft.
To perform work at a high level, they need various data sources to provide us with information on the state of water systems and environmental hazards. Modern monitoring systems are vital for climate services. They use data from telemetry satellites, and meteorological information from weather bureaus.
Water professionals need the right information of the right quality to perform their work effectively. They therefore focus on high-quality services, on ensuring reliable and consistent information, on simulation models, and tools, and in-depth water knowledge to support decision-making.
The tools they provide run as web-based hydro-informatics solutions on portals and mobile phone applications with customisable dashboards, GIS-based viewers and graphical presentations of key information for strategic and operational water management. Real-time data handling, secure ICT infrastructure, alerting, historic data and user-friendly interfaces are essential elements of services.See more