The 2020 eWater Software Conference showcased a wide range of innovative applications of the Source platform, workflow automation developments and much more. Plus a special session focussing on Source and water management in the Mekong region. The conference program, copies of presentations and session recordings are now available on the eWater Wiki.
Current licence holders can now download the latest version of Source. Source 5.4 includes a range of enhancements, including new recorders for analysing orders, updates to the Tabular Editor to assist river operations and better end-use customisation in the Urban Developer plugin. Find out more
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 Queensland Water Modelling Network (QWMN) aims to improve the state’s capacity to model its surface water and groundwater resources and improve the quality of it’s models. Established by the Queensland Government in 2017, the QWMN provides tools, information and collaborative platforms to support best-practice use of water models and the uptake of their results […]
The recent devastating bushfires have left many water supply catchments significantly damaged. Water and catchment managers will be faced with a range of short and long-term impacts on both water quality and volumes of runoff. In this page, we bring together information to support our community work through these challenging times, including: an overview of the […]