A complicated undertaking
One of 25 water authorities in the Netherlands, Delfland has to perform a Water System Analysis (WSA) every six years to ensure water meets the quality standards laid out by statutory regulations.
Historically, the process took Delfland a long time. Data had to be manually collected from a ledger containing all the separate elements of the system, from weirs and culverts to pumping stations and so on.
The process of manually searching for this data was also error prone. And if the data proved to be incorrect, it couldn’t be modelled as part of the WSA assessment. Which meant valuable time was often spent with no meaningful return.
Delfland needed to take control of its data quality and accelerate the process of gathering and analysing its data. So, the water authority turned to us for assistance.