Tuesday, 8 March 2016
A small apology

Things have been a little too quiet on this blog for a little too long... in part because I am investigating other platforms (hello LinkedIn!). However, I have added a link to the forthcoming DHI UK & Ireland Symposium 2016 (top right) and will keep the blog live while it's future is decided. In the meantime, thanks to everyone for their support. I hope you continue to find the information here useful (one or two new posts may spill into this blog from time to time too!).

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Thursday, 9 April 2015
Forecasting for all: A workshop on MIKE customisable technologies, with a focus on operational real-time forecasting, warning and control
Date: Wednesday 22nd April 2015
Venue: Macdonald Ansty Hall Hotel, near Coventry, UK
Cost: Free event!
Registration: www.dhi-uk.info/register

We would like to welcome you to a 1-day workshop on recent developments in forecasting technologies. The session will be led by global leaders in the field, and will be illustrated will real life case studies detailing how forecasting systems have been designed, implemented and are in operational use today; providing forecasts, warning and informing the control of flood defences or operational processes in order to optimise capacity of sewerage infrastructure.

There is now under two weeks to sign up for this free event!

The loose programme for the day is outlined below:
  1. Introduction
  2. Slow Response Runoff Modelling and ‘Real Time’ Simulations – A Swedish Perspective (Andy Wilson, DHI Sweden)
  3. Andy Wilson (from DHI Sweden but a native of Scotland) will give an update to a presentation he delivered at the CIWEM Urban Drainage Group in November 2014 where he talked about modelling of slow response runoff, in particular focusing on long term/continuous simulations (rather than event based hydrology). Andy will illustrate his presentation with applications from both Sweden and Scotland, and will talk about the importance of Rainfall Dependent Infiltration (RDI).
  4. Urban flood forecasting
  5. Use of total catchment hydrology (including groundwater with MIKE SHE)
    This part of the day will introduce the concept truly integrated catchment modelling, using MIKE SHE. The session will discuss the importance of groundwater in flood forecasting projects.
    Rainfall Radar integration (city-wide urban forecasting)
    We will demonstrate how operational real-time forecasting, warning and control can informed by high resolution Local Area Weather Radar (LAWR). LAWR can provide distributed rainfall measurements in a spatial resolution ranging from 500x500 m to 100x100 m, with a 5 minute or 1 minute time, up to a distance of 20 km from the radar (for quantitative estimation). It can also provide an online animation of rainfall within the complete LAWR range.
    MIKE CUSTOMISED Real-time examples
  6. Walkthrough on the building of a modular, on-line riverine flood forecasting system (equally applicable to urban networks and marine applications)
  7. During this session we will show you the processes you would need to follow in order to go from a standalone model (such as a 1D or a 2D hydraulic model), to a live operational flood forecasting system. Using the example of an existing MIKE11, we will consider simplifications that may need to be made to the model in order to make the model suitable for flood forecasting. That revised model will then be taken into the MIKE Customised platform. From there we will look at boundary conditions and in particular how to provide live feeds into the flood forecasting platform. This will then allow us to use the hydraulic model in flood forecasting mode. From here we will show how to stream the flood forecasting results live online.
    Example of on-line river forecasting system
    We will take the opportunity to look at an existing on-line river forecasting system that has been developed and currently operational on a day to day basis.
  8. Scalability of MIKE CUSTOMISED technology
  9. Introduction to information management systems (making data from other models more useful and valuable)
    This session will cover IMS, in particular showing how data from a wide range of technology platforms and vendors can be integrated into our systems.
  10. Innovative flood forecasting technologies
  11. Probabilistic forecasting with stochastic structures in quasi-2D networks
    This session will consider probabilistic flood modelling using large scale, quasi-2D river and flood-cell networks with stochastic structures in MIKE 1D (our new MIKE 11 engine).
    Fast 2D solvers (simplified numerical schemes and high performance computing)
    This session will cover both simplified numerical schemes and high performance computing (using GPU cards and/or Linux clusters) options available to you.
  12. Discussion on Marine forecasting applications (coastal flooding, harbours and shipping, etc)
  13. Throughout the day there will the opportunity to discuss the concepts discussed in your particular context and potential application.

    Lead trainer
    Ole Larsen (DHI) with support from Torben Strange Jensen and Steve Flood
What will you get out of the day?
You should leave the day with a solid understanding of the technology available, and the steps you would need to take in order to move your project forward. You can also meet our experts and start discussion with potential collaborators.

What do you need to do next?
The training course is completely free, so simply sign up for the training day here www.dhi-uk.info/register. This training event will be delivered as part of a wider Symposium. However, there is no obligation to attend the earlier events (see www.dhi-uk.info/symposium for more details).

We look forward to seeing you!

Kind regards
The ACADEMY by DHI

Tuesday, 24 March 2015
2015 DHI UK & Ireland Symposium - Programme is complete and places are filling up fast!

The programme for both days is now complete and can be viewed here www.dhi-uk.info/programme.

Many thanks to all of you who have offered to give presentations. We really appreciate your efforts!

Lots of delegates have already registered for the event but we still have spaces available. If you would like to come along to either day (or even better both!), please register here as soon as possible www.dhi-uk.info/register.


Attendance at the Symposium (including the Symposium Dinner on the Tuesday night) is completely free!

Bed & Breakfast is available at Ansty Hall for a special discounted rate of £87.50 per night, or you can make your own arrangements.

If you have not been before and are considering coming, we would extend a warm welcome to you. No experience of DHI or MIKE software is required. There will be lots of opportunities to meet your contemporaries in both the formal sessions and afterwards over a drink or meal. Feel free to drop us a line at mikebydhi.uk@dhigroup.com if you would like to know more.

We look forward to receiving your conference registrations and meeting you all at the event.

Steve, Suzie and Mark
The UK & Ireland Team

Monday, 16 February 2015
Registration is now open for 2015 UK & Ireland Symposium!

For the 2015 event we have a new venue:  Ansty Hall in the Midlands http://www.macdonaldhotels.co.uk/our-hotels/macdonald-ansty-hall/.

We are still developing the Agenda for both days – thanks to everyone who has offered exciting presentations for the first day.  If you are interested in sharing your applications and experiences of the MIKE software with your contemporaries, please send an email to mikebydhi.uk@dhigroup.com and we will reserve a slot for you.

The first day of presentations ends with the Symposium dinner. The second day consists of series of seminars.

If you would like to come along to either (or, even better, both days) please register here http://www.theacademybydhi.com/course-sessions/united-kingdom-and-ireland-symposium-26600001-04


Attendance at the Symposium is completely free!

Bed & Breakfast is available at Ansty Hall for a special discounted rate of £87.50 per night, or you can make your own arrangements.

If you have not been to the event before and would simply like to know more, feel free to have a look at our symposium website http://www.dhi-uk.info/symposium  or email us at mikebydhi.uk@dhigroup.com.

We look forward to receiving your conference registrations and presentation abstracts.

Steve, Suzie and Mark
The UK & Ireland Team

Shape2MIKE Tool is now available for download

The Shape2MIKE Tool is a MIKE Powered by DHI custom user tool. It is developed for the purpose of automating the process of using shape files to adjust topography or other values in dfs2 files used in MIKE models. The intended application of the tool is to use a polygon shape file of buildings to automatically assign land values to the dfs2 grid cells, which are intersecting the building polygons. It can also be used to ‘burn’ roadways and other features into the dfs2 topography and to map the attribute value of a polygon to the underlying grid cells. The file includes installation instructions and user guide.

This tool is developed for MIKE by DHI 2014, but is likely to also work with previous versions. Please note that this tool replaces the previous Topography Adjustment Tool 2014.

To download a range of different MIKE by DHI Tools click below: -


MIKE BY DHI 2014 Service Pack 3 is now available

Please download and install Service Pack 3 to get the latest improvements for MIKE by DHI 2014 software. Many of the support cases we see can be simply resolved by installing the latest service pack.

For information about what is included in this Service Pack, please see the updated Release Notes:
Please note that the Service Packs are accumulative, which means that the latest Service Pack also includes previously released corrections and improvements.

To download Release 2014 Service Pack 3 please click visit http://www.mikebydhi.com/download/mike-by-dhi-2014-service-pack


First Workshop on Numerical Geothermal Simulation at TUM
Venue: Technische Universität München, Arcisstr. 21, 80333 München
Date: 8th-9th April 2015

Registration: http://www.feflow.com/fileadmin/FEFLOW/content_training/2015/RegistrationForm_8-04-2015_en.pdf

This new workshop at the Technische Universität München is aimed at anyone dealing with numerical geothermal simulation in the context of geothermal energy for practical applications or  research.

We received an overwhelming response to the call for papers, and the full program for the workshop is available now!

FEFLOW 2015 - Modelling the World of Groundwater with MIKE by DHI
Date: September 21-25, 2015
Venue: Pentahotel Berlin-Köpenick, Grünauer Straße 1, 12557 Berlin, Germany
Information: http://www.feflow.com/fileadmin/FEFLOW/content_tagung/feflow2015/DE_THEACADEMY_FEFLOW2015_1stcirc.pdf

Building on the huge success of the previous FEFLOW conferences, FEFLOW 2015 will feature numerous opportunities for business networking, exchanging ideas and improving your modelling skills.

Highlights include:
  • keynote presentations of trends and latest ideas in numerical groundwater modelling
  • presentations showcasing solutions for challenging problems related to groundwater
  • poster session
  • product updates and previews on upcoming releases
  • opportunities to meet with the FEFLOW staff
  • preconference field trip ‘Open-pit lignite mining in Lusatia’
  • software demonstrations
  • training courses and workshops
Registration and more details will be added to this website soon. For the moment, please refer to the First Circular and Call for Papers here http://www.feflow.com/fileadmin/FEFLOW/content_tagung/feflow2015/DE_THEACADEMY_FEFLOW2015_1stcirc.pdf

We hope to meet you for another memorable event in Berlin!

The FEFLOW 2015 Organising Committee

Wednesday, 7 January 2015
Annual DHI UK Symposium

The dates for the 2015 DHI UK Symposium have now been confirmed as: -

Tuesday 21st April – User-led Presentations followed by the Conference Dinner
Wednesday 22nd April – Training and Innovation Seminars

We would like to welcome anyone who is interested in learning more about the varied applications of the MIKE software and our complementary technologies, as well as existing and new software users. The Symposium offers the chance to meet people in both the formal sessions, but also over dinner and during breakout sessions.

The event is free of charge* again this year and will be held at Macdonald Ansty Hall near Coventry, chosen to ensure easy access from road, rail and air. It should offer an excellent opportunity to meet your local DHI team and DHI staff from Head Office, as well as your contemporaries from consultancy, academia and research in a well-appointed setting. The presentation line up and training sessions cover a wide range of fields from urban, rivers and catchments to marine and groundwater.

We are in the process of setting up an exciting programme of events for the Seminars on the second day. This year, in readiness for the MIKE 2016 release, we will include a half day workshop on our new MIKE 21 FM Shoreline model as part of an 'Innovation in Marine Modelling' day. All participants of the Symposium will be entitled to a discount off the price of the new Shoreline Model when available.

For a successful first day, as usual, we need your help! If you would like to give a presentation at the event please let us know by e-mailing mikebydhi.uk@dhigroup.com. Everyone is welcome to present projects they have worked on, research they are undertaking – or more general experiences on the use of the MIKE software. You are guaranteed an interested and enthusiastic audience!

For inspiration, please peruse the papers which were presented last year https://www.slideshare.net/sjf_dhi/2014-mike-by-dhi-uk-symposium-user-group-meeting-presentations-and-papers-13-may-2014. The quality of the papers was truly amazing and all the presenters in 2014 continue to have our sincere thanks. Let's see if we can match them this year!

If you would like to attend, feel free to drop us a line at mikebydhi.uk@dhigroup.com and we will keep you updated. We will also be launching a website shortly for online registrations.

We look forward to seeing you there!

The DHI UK Team

* Bed and breakfast is available at the venue for participants who wish to stay overnight on Monday or Tuesday nights, and a reduced rate has been negotiated for Symposium participants. Other hotels are available nearby if you wish to make your own arrangements. Attendance at the day sessions and the Conference Dinner is free of charge.

Tuesday, 6 January 2015

Foundation course in the numerical modelling of waves and tides (Understanding the Coastal Ocean)

We have received a lot of interest in the forthcoming ‘Foundation course in the numerical modelling of waves and tides (Understanding the Coastal Ocean)’ training course. Feedback from interested parties - including those who have already signed up for the course - suggests that the course was originally scheduled too early in the new year. As such, we have taken the difficult decision to reschedule the course for later in the year (we would tentatively propose a date in June 2015).

We will take this additional time to review the course content to ensure that it best serves those registered (particularly those participants from UK and Ireland Consultants) - the course has been designed to teach participants numerical modelling in the marine environment using MIKE 21; reinforcing hands on exercises with robust theory.

In the meantime, if you are interested in attending the course, please e-mail sjf@dhigroup.com. For those participants who have already registered, we will take your interest forward and keep you informed.

Friday, 19 December 2014
MIKE URBAN IS NOW FREE FOR UK WATER COMPANIES!

We are pleased to announce that, for UK-based Water Companies, MIKE URBAN is now available with no initial investment cost, when signing up to a minimum three year Support and Maintenance (SMA) agreement.

The deal includes:
  • MIKE URBAN Model Manager (including EPANET and SWMM5)
  • CS-Pipeflow 1D Pipe flow modelling (MOUSE and MIKE 1D Engine)
  • CS-RR   Rainfall-runoff models
  • CS-Control* Advanced real-time control capabilities
  • CS-CA*  Catchment analysis tools
  • CS-PT*  Advection-dispersion and sediment transport modelling
  • CS-BP*  Chemical and biological processes in sanitary and combined systems
  • MIKE FLOOD 2D Overland* for combined 1D Pipe-flow and 2D Overland flow simulations
  • MIKE 21 AD* 2D (and 1D-2D) advection-dispersion modelling
* Optional modules

This deal would allow you to complement your existing 1D-2D toolset with the power and flexibility of MIKE URBAN.

The MIKE by DHI (Urban) suite of fully integrated software tools offers many advantages over 1D pipe models and standard integrated catchment models:
  • True long term / continuous simulations rather than event based hydrology - slow response runoff modelling using rainfall dependent infiltration (RDI) to accurately model seasonal variations in infiltration and pipe flow.
  • Advanced water quality simulations - fully integrated 1D-2D advection-dispersion modelling in order to consider the transport of polluted flood waters.
  • Two-way interaction between pipes in the ground and the surrounding aquifer (groundwater) - modelling of infiltration to and leakage from pipes.
  • Analysis of sulphide gas formation - assessment of odour and corrosion of infrastructure.
  • Globally applicable rainfall-runoff models (including fully distributed hydrology).
  • Local area weather radar integration (up to 100m spatial resolution).
  • Online, web-based forecasting and warning tools with computer aided real-time control of pumps and storage features.
  • Speed up simulations using a unique combined CPU-GPU approach.
  • Seamless integration of powerful river, overland flow and marine models.
  • COMING SOON: Catchment and site scale water quality treatment processes in sustainable drainage features (SuDS)
NEW TRAINING COURSES IN URBAN WATER

The following Thematic, Urban Drainage / Flooding training courses are planned for 2015:
  • Screening of Urban Flood Risk - Cost-effective mapping of urban flood risk
  • Modelling of Storm Water for Green Cities
  • FREE TRAINING: Flood Waters Are Not Blue - Upgrade your flood models to consider the impacts of sediments and the transport of polluted flood waters (1-day 'Beyond Hydrodynamics' seminar)
New to MIKE URBAN? UK-based support, and introductory training, is available with access to international expertise as required.

RECENT EVENTS

We participated in the 30th Anniversary of the CIWEM Urban Drainage Group Autumn Conference (2014). The presentations delivered at the conference illustrate the many benefits of MIKE URBAN:
More insight into the benefits of MIKE by DHI software can be gained through our comprehensive Software Catalogue at http://www.mike-by-dhi.com/

For more information on the MIKE URBAN offer above, please contact Steve Flood on mikebydhi.uk@dhigroup.com or 02380 381961

Not a UK Water Company? Please call to discuss model features, licensing options and pricing.

Offer valid in mainland United Kingdom only - other terms and conditions may apply. We reserve the right to amend or withdraw this offer at any time.
Tuesday, 16 December 2014
UK Annual Symposium 2015

We are in the early stages of planning the UK Annual Symposium 2015.

We are thinking about a new venue - but the date is likely to be April 2015.

We love creating the opportunity for you to meet both the UK Team and the wider DHI Team and for you all to meet each other and share what you have been using the MIKE by DHI software for.

The conference usually includes a wide range of presentations and workshop to inspire those who are new to our software as well as those who have been using it for many years.

If you have been working on a project that would like to tell everyone about - Feel free to drop us a line at mikebydhi.uk@dhigroup.com and reserve your presentation slot.

Monday, 15 December 2014
SI Ocean Project: Tidal & Wave Energy



Share your data with internal and external clients with the help of MIKE CUSTOMISED! The above example demonstrates on-line access to DHI wave and tidal flow model simulations for energy resource scoping studies - view the interactive map at http://si-ocean.dhigroup.com/map

In 2011, 3.4 MW of wave and tidal energy devices in advanced stages of technology development had been tested across Europe. The International Energy Agency Ocean Energy Systems (OES-IA) vision document, "An International Vision for Ocean Energy”, has forecasted a global wave and tidal deployment potential of 337GW by 2050. Reaching these deployment targets would see long-term benefits including a reduction in carbon emissions, greater security of supply, and economic benefits through job creation and inward investment. If Europe is to maintain a global lead in ocean energy and gain the benefits associated with meeting these targets, an aggressive deployment trajectory will be required. Read more >>>

See also DHI WaterData Collections at http://waterdata.dhigroup.com/mantaray/collections-cover


Understanding the Coastal Ocean: A foundation course in the modelling of waves and tides
Date: 19th to 21st January 2015
Venue: Queen’s University, Belfast, UK
Cost: GBP 795 excl. VAT (discounted rate of GBP 675 excl. VAT for registered students)
Registration: http://www.theacademybydhi.com/course-sessions/understanding-the-coastal-ocean-26600004-03

THE ACADEMY by DHI and Queen’s University, Belfast have designed a three day hands-on foundation course to give delegates a basic introduction to the science behind wave and tidal models.  The course is targeted at either early career professionals or those changing disciplines who wish to understand both the underlying processes and their practical application in engineering consultancy.  The course outline is shown below:

Day 1 Morning: Theoretical Background & Engineering Considerations of Tides
  • how are tides generated (general ocean circulation, Coriolis, tide-producing forces)?
  • why do tides vary around the world (tidal constituents, tidal analysis, shallow water harmonics)?
  • how does the ocean interact with its boundaries (bed friction, edge friction, wetting/drying, wind forcing, thermal/saline exchange)?
  • how to define model domain (tidal excursion, flowfield considerations, importance of vertical datum)
  • where to get data from (measurements, data sources, data types)
  • how to improve confidence in your model (calibration and validation)
Day 1 Afternoon: Numerical Modelling with MIKE 21 FMHD
  • an introduction to the model interface (physical parameters, what is eddy viscosity, tunable parameters)
  • creating a new fine-scale model (mesh, boundaries)
Day 2 Morning: Numerical Modelling with MIKE 21 FMHD (Continued)
  • tuning your fine-scale model (calibration and validation)
Day 2 Afternoon: Theoretical Background & Engineering Considerations of Waves
  • how are waves created and modified (basic wave theory, interaction with boundaries, processes in deep and shallow water)
  • introduction to wave spectra (wave energy distribution, parameterisation of wave climate)
  • wave measurement methods (interpreting observations)
  • spectral wave modelling (fully represented and parameterised processes, assumptions, model domain)
Day 3: Numerical Modelling with MIKE 21 SW
  • an introduction to the model interface (solution schemes, consideration of formulation options)
  • convergence information (understanding its use)
  • creating a new fine-scale model (boundaries)
  • understanding and improving your wave model results (how to spot issues, calibration and validation)
  • introduction to the coupled model
Registration for the course can be made online here http://www.theacademybydhi.com/course-sessions/understanding-the-coastal-ocean-26600004-03 or by contacting the UK Team at mikebydhi.uk@dhigroup.com

We have designed the course to have a wide field of application and therefore anticipate a high level of interest so don’t miss out, book your place today!

The UK Team

MIKE URBAN IS NOW FREE FOR UK WATER COMPANIES!

We are pleased to announce that, for UK-based Water Companies, MIKE URBAN is now available with no initial investment cost, when signing up to a minimum three year Support and Maintenance (SMA) agreement.

The deal includes:
  • MIKE URBAN Model Manager (including EPANET and SWMM5)
  • CS-Pipeflow 1D Pipe flow modelling (MOUSE and MIKE 1D Engine)
  • CS-RR   Rainfall-runoff models
  • CS-Control* Advanced real-time control capabilities
  • CS-CA*  Catchment analysis tools
  • CS-PT*  Advection-dispersion and sediment transport modelling
  • CS-BP*  Chemical and biological processes in sanitary and combined systems
  • MIKE FLOOD 2D Overland* for combined 1D Pipe-flow and 2D Overland flow simulations
  • MIKE 21 AD* 2D (and 1D-2D) advection-dispersion modelling
* Optional modules

This deal would allow you to complement your existing 1D-2D toolset with the power and flexibility of MIKE URBAN.

The MIKE by DHI (Urban) suite of fully integrated software tools offers many advantages over 1D pipe models and standard integrated catchment models:
  • True long term / continuous simulations rather than event based hydrology - slow response runoff modelling using rainfall dependent infiltration (RDI) to accurately model seasonal variations in infiltration and pipe flow.
  • Advanced water quality simulations - fully integrated 1D-2D advection-dispersion modelling in order to consider the transport of polluted flood waters.
  • Two-way interaction between pipes in the ground and the surrounding aquifer (groundwater) - modelling of infiltration to and leakage from pipes.
  • Analysis of sulphide gas formation - assessment of odour and corrosion of infrastructure.
  • Globally applicable rainfall-runoff models (including fully distributed hydrology).
  • Local area weather radar integration (up to 100m spatial resolution).
  • Online, web-based forecasting and warning tools with computer aided real-time control of pumps and storage features.
  • Speed up simulations using a unique combined CPU-GPU approach.
  • Seamless integration of powerful river, overland flow and marine models.
  • COMING SOON: Catchment and site scale water quality treatment processes in sustainable drainage features (SuDS)
NEW TRAINING COURSES IN URBAN WATER

The following Thematic, Urban Drainage Training Courses are planned for 2015:
  • Screening of Urban Flood Risk: Cost-effective mapping of urban flood risk
  • Modelling of Storm Water for Green Cities
New to MIKE URBAN? UK-based support, and introductory training, is available with access to international expertise as required.

RECENT EVENTS

We participated in the 30th Anniversary of the CIWEM Urban Drainage Group Autumn Conference (2014). The presentations delivered at the conference illustrate the many benefits of MIKE URBAN:
More insight into the benefits of MIKE by DHI software can be gained through our comprehensive Software Catalogue at http://www.mike-by-dhi.com/

For more information on the MIKE URBAN offer above, please contact Steve Flood on mikebydhi.uk@dhigroup.com or 02380 381961

Not a UK Water Company? Please call to discuss model features, licensing options and pricing.

Offer valid in mainland United Kingdom only - other terms and conditions may apply. We reserve the right to amend or withdraw this offer at any time.
Directions in Urban Drainage Past Present and Future - UDG Autumn Conference and Exhibition 2014



DIRECTIONS IN URBAN DRAINAGE: PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE
MIKE by DHI Software for truly integrated modelling

UDG Autumn Conference and Exhibition 2014
11 Nov 14 - 13 Nov 14
Hilton Hotel, Blackpool, UK

Slow Response Runoff Modelling and ‘Real Time’ simulations



Slow Response Runoff Modelling and ‘Real Time’ simulations: A Swedish perspective - Andy Wilson, DHI Sweden


Delivered at: -

CIWEM
Urban Drainage Group 30th Anniversary Autumn Conference
11 Nov 14 - 13 Nov 14
Hilton Hotel, Blackpool, UK

Ten Years of Coupled Hydrology and Hydraulic Modelling Supporting Storm Water Management



Ten Years of Coupled Hydrology and Hydraulic Modelling Supporting Storm Water Management: Some examples, lessons learnt and a look forward - Ole Larsen, APAC Research Director, DHI Singapore


Delivered at: -

CIWEM
Urban Drainage Group 30th Anniversary Autumn Conference
11 Nov 14 - 13 Nov 14
Hilton Hotel, Blackpool, UK

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DHI is an independent, international consulting and research organisation with the global objective of advancing technological development and competence with respect to water, in all of its environments.

Worldwide, we offer a wide range of consulting services and leading edge technologies, software tools, environmental laboratories, and physical model test facilities, as well as field surveys and monitoring programmes. Designated as a not-for-profit organisation, DHI is able to invest a considerable portion of its resources in research and development. Today we co-operate with many Universities, and research organisations, and are recognised globally for our innovation and expertise.

In the UK, DHI offers niche or specialist consultancy services in the water and environment market to government agencies, commercial entities and selected research organisations. We fulfil a research based specialist advisor role; a ‘Consultant to the Consultants’. We also supply and support the renowned MIKE by DHI suite of integrated water modelling tools.

MIKE by DHI software is the result of years of experience and dedicated development and has, in many regions, become the standard modelling tool. It transforms our science into practice and gives you the competitive edge and, through the DHI Academy, you can rest assured that there is a local team of highly skilled experts committed to train and support you every step of the way.

MIKE by DHI truly models the world of water - from mountain streams to the ocean and from drinking water to treatment plant and beyond.

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