At Hydronumerics we deliver innovative products and services to manage lakes, reservoirs, estuaries and coastal seas. We deliver to utilities, government agencies, consultants and private industry throughout Australia and worldwide. Our team can deliver the technology needed to solve complex and challenging problems anywhere in the world.
We quantify environmental and operational performance and deliver the strategies and technology needed for proactive water management. Proactive water management boosts business performance, saves our clients money, and protects their hard-earned reputations.
Our team are hydrodynamic and water quality modellers with extensive experience modelling lakes, reservoirs, estuaries, and coastal seas. We build, validate, distribute and support models that guide strategic and operational decisions.
We integrate sensor networks, data analysis and predictive models to deliver real-time decision support. Our systems provide easy access to up-to-date observations, analytical tools and scenario forecasts through an intuitive graphical interface. Our services build and support these capabilities within client businesses.
Global Innovation and Delivery
Proactive Water Management
Hydrodynamics and Water Quality
Decision Support Systems
Hydronumerics at OzWater '16
- 07 May 2016
Ozwater '16 kicks off in Melbourne on Tuesday 10 May, Hydronumerics' staff will be attending across the three days. On Wednesday 11 May, Chris O'Neill is presenting Technical and Financial Framework for Assessing the Water Quality Improvement Options for Lake Tuggeranong, ACT from 4 pm in Stream 5. Peter Yeates is co-author of The use of Rhodamine WT in a Drinking Water Reservoir to Validate a 3D Hydrodynamic Model, presented by Dr Kathy Cinque from Melbourne Water on Tuesday 10th at 4 pm. To find out more about our innovative products or services while at OzWater, email [email protected]; to organise a meeting with one of the team.
Chris O'Neill Presenting at India Water Week
- 01 April 2016
|India Water Week is on from 4 - 8 April in New Delhi, India. Hydronumerics Director and Water Resource Engineer Chris O'Neill is presenting in session S4 on Wednesday April 6. Chris will be presenting the paper "Developing an online Water Quality Index (WQI) Report Card for the Ganga River in Uttar Pradesh, India", showcasing the WQI results for 26 sites along the Ganga River in Uttar Pradesh between 2010 and 2013. For more information, contact Chris O'Neill|
Hydronumerics' Engineers talk about International Day of Women and Girls in Science
- 12 February 2016