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.
Unlock solutions to water challenges with access to real-time data and emerging technologies
From flood protection planning to mine water management, oil spill forecasting to weather adapted control strategies, DHI’s Business Applications support the full spectrum of your decision-making needs.
All Business Applications
On-demand data for water environments
Support your projects with easy access to high-quality water depth, metocean and marine animal movement data whenever you need it.
All Data Portals
Real-time optimisation and management platforms customised for your business
Make critical water-related decisions in real-time to optimise planning, operations and control through the powerful integration of data collection, analytics and modelling technology.
All Operational Services
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DHI as consultant in obtaining approval status as supplier of in-situ generated biocidal active substances
DHI provided assistance to ECA Consortium in their bid to achieve regulation compliance to the European Biocidal Products Regulation (BPR). The ECA Consortium is an international non-profit association dedicated to promote the use of the ECA (Electro Chemical Activation) technology. Member companies within the consortium co-operate in matters concerning ECA applications that are regulated by the BPR. With our knowledge and expertise, we have provided them with consultancy services and advice on how to deal and comply with the regulation requirements.