AWS Immersion Day on Containers Our software development team attended an Amazon Web Services Immersion Day on Containers, part of our ongoing focus to ensure that modernized versions of eWater’s Source software continue to best support Australian Governments as they continue to evolve their hydrological modelling capabilities. We’re not talking Storage World or Marie Kondo; […]
Our hydrologists are exceptional people with diverse skillsets and experience from Australia and around the world. At eWater Group we are lucky to have a team of hydrologists providing their expertise and knowledge. We can’t tell the story of eWater Group without our people; they are what makes our organisation what it is. Our team […]
eWater Board has elected a new Chair and Independent Directors to join our ongoing Directors.
Why is urban hydrology so important? Why do we need to care? And what does an urban hydrologist do exactly? All good questions to a complex and vital industry, particularly in Australia and its diverse weather and climate. At the eWater Group, we have a broad skillset. We are made up of hydrologists, software developers, […]
MUSICX, the industry-leading stormwater modelling tool, has been completely re-designed and rewritten while maintaining all the capabilities of classic MUSIC. MUSICX is the most significant upgrade of MUSIC in a decade. The users will see many additional benefits in our upcoming production release (v1.10) including a powerful and flexible tabular data editor. New features in […]
Damien Pearson has joined eWater in the recently created role of General Manager. Reporting to the eWater Limited Group CEO, Michael Wilson, Damien will be responsible for the day-to-day management of eWater’s software development and hydrological modelling services and contribute to the strategic direction of the eWater Limited Group.
More than 300,000 people living in Stung Staung river basin in Northern Cambodia rely on agriculture for their livelihoods. Access to a clean water supply is fundamental for wellbeing and health particularly to prevent transmission of the COVID-19 virus. Increased food security, higher income for farmers and improved health in the villages can be expected […]
The eWater team has been working hard on a number of updates to MUSICX, with a new version out now, highlights include:– MUSIC-link – The ability to add notes to individual nodes– Additional recorders, including Overflow, Pipe flow, Water Level, Storage, Water Demand and Reuse– allowing a Monthly Pattern as Data Source for PET
Current licence holders can now download the latest version of Source. Key enhancements in version 5.12 include the addition of Supply Point Distribution Loss, updates to Urban Developer and a range of minor enhancements. Find out more
In a special ceremony in Phnom Penh, Australia’s Ambassador to Cambodia, His Excellency Pablo Kang formally gifted access to Australia’s national water modelling platform, eWater Source to Cambodia’s Minister of Water Resources and Meteorology (MOWRAM) His Excellency Lim Kean Hor. This technical exchange forms part of Australia’s ongoing support for sustainable water management throughout the […]
Released in June 2020, Source 5.0 contains many new features and enhancements, including the new Urban Developer plugin. Watch the Source 5.0 video
The Ayeyarwady River is Myanmar’s largest and most commercially important river but its water resources are not well understood. With the support of the Australian Water Partnership, the Government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar commissioned the first integrated assessment of the natural resources of the Ayeyarwady Basin. eWater lead the surface water […]
In July 2020, ICE WaRM, the International Centre for Excellence in Water Resource Management, entered into a collaboration with eWater Ltd to re-launch its international water education and training program. The collaboration will build on the established strengths of both organisations. ICE WaRM’s substantial experience in designing and delivering education, training and capacity building programs […]
Revitalised Reserves Connecting Communities Designing a Stormwater System for an Urban Biodiversity Corridor The drainage reserves that run diagonally through Pasadena from the Adelaide Hills to the Plains are hot, dry and barren. On an urban heat map (right), the reserves show up as the hottest areas in the locality, scarring the otherwise leafy suburb. […]
Targeting investment to improve the health of the Great Barrier Reef. What is the Paddock to Reef program? The Paddock to Reef Integrated Monitoring, Modelling and Reporting Program (Paddock to Reef program) started in 2009 as a joint initiative of the Australian and Queensland governments to report on water quality improvement resulting from investment in […]
Sharing Australian water management expertise Every second year, the Australian water sector hosts the Asian Development Bank (ADB) Asia-Australia Learning Week. The Learning Week is a collaboration between the ADB and the Australian Water Partnership. It brings together team leaders and water specialists from the ADB and ADB project representatives from the bank’s Developing Member […]