Our areas of expertise
Our expertise spans all water environments –
from rivers and reservoirs, to oceans and coastlines, to cities and factories.
We have a 50-year track record in developing and implementing solutions that meet real-life challenges in water environments worldwide.
So whether you need to save water, share it fairly, improve its quality, quantify its impact or manage its flow, we can help.
All our areas of expertise
HOW DHI IS HANDLING COVID-19
DHI has implemented measures to protect our staff, limit the spreading of COVID-19 and ensure business continuity
Sustainably use clean energy offshore
Identify new offshore wind farm opportunities and evaluate their potential environmental impact with high quality data, cutting edge technology and analyses
Improve wastewater treatment efficiency
Optimise processes, reclamation, energy and chemical usage to reduce costs, human errors and environmental impact
Deliver safe, affordable water
Access real-time data and information on your water supply & distribution system to drive improvements in delivering a continuous supply of high quality and affordable drinking water
Plan for and adapt to more frequent, widespread and severe coastal flooding with MIKE Coastal Resilience Technology
Get instant answers to your hydraulic conditions wherever you are
DHI are the first people you should call when you have a tough challenge to solve in a water environment.
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DHI’s Metocean Data Portal has been updated with new high-quality datasets for offshore wind development.
Be updated about our CloudBridge strategy: From vision to execution!
Access the DHI Annual Report 2018.
Our software catalogue gives you an introduction to our comprehensive and versatile range of software products for water environments. Read about main news in MIKE 2020 as well as an almost endless number of application areas, features and modules.
Browse the Software Catalogue for the latest information.
A new version of the popular ‘Shoreline Management Guidelines’ is out.
Use this guide in every step of your coastal planning.
Social responsibility is a key element of DHI’s core values. Since joining the UN Global Compact in 2013, our strategies and activities have been aligned to its ten principles by meeting fundamental responsibilities in the areas of human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption.
Read our latest yearly Communication on Progress report to learn how.
Developing a Dynamic Risk Assessment Model for Acoustic Disturbance
With our global network of offices, we make sure you get the right answers to your local needs.