6 September 2021, 13:30-15:30 (UTC), Online
On 6 September 2021, we held a webinar on the WMO Hydrological Observing System (WHOS). The recording is now available to watch.
The real-time and historical hydrological data for the Arctic basin are now available through the WMO Hydrological Observing System (WHOS), and can be visualized and downloaded through the WHOS-Arctic web portal.
8 June 2021, 15:00 – 17:00 (CET), Online
The webinar presented some of the highlights and achievements of the WMO HydroHub in its Phase I as well as the goals and objectives that have been set for its Phase II. More specifically, the webinar allowed participants to learn more about the WMO HydroHub and ways to engage in its various activities.
28 May 2021, 14:00 - 16:30 (IST), Online
Virtual demo of programming and installation of Lidar water level sensor & training on use of Anaconda data management platform.
23 April 2021, 14:00 - 16:30 (IST), Online
The objectives of the workshop are to introduce the science behind recent advances in non-contact water level measurement and help the practitioners to make a knowledgeable choice between non-contact technologies for hydrometry.
4-6 May 2021, The University of Hull (UK)
The three-day theoretical and technical workshop will address non-contact surface velocity methods for determination of river and floodplain flows.
Registration opens: 18 February 2021
Abstract deadline: 9 April 2021
The selection process for the Second WMO HydroHub Innovation Call has just concluded. We are happy to announce that three companies have been offered contracts to implement projects in the next six months.
25 September 2020, Geneva (Switzerland)
The Workshop "Innovation for sustainable development" of the Master in Innovation, Human Development and Sustainability (IHDS) focused on the following topic: Defining innovative pathways to tackle contemporary challenges and tensions of the water sector.
Submission Deadline: Closed
WMO is seeking proposals for projects that will advance the use of innovative measurement approaches and technologies in operational hydrometry. Projects should help to build sustainable capacity within National Meteorological and Hydrological Services (NMHSs) to utilise the innovations in their ongoing operation.
Submission Deadline: Closed
The WMO HydroHub is looking for the Hydrology Community to define challenges around the topic of "Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Operational Hydrology", to which students and early career scientists can submit solutions.
11-13 March 2019, New York City (USA)
The conference brought together researchers, users, and instrumentation developers to discuss how to overcome barriers to the advancement of hydrological observations and to improve operational uptake of innovative hydrometry technologies and monitoring approaches.
27 November 2018, 14:00 - 17:00, Geneva (Switzerland)
The World Meteorological Organization, together with the German Government and Geneva Water Hub, brought together representatives from the Permanent Missions in Geneva to help advance the water data and peace agenda.
3-5 October 2018, Geneva (Switzerland)
The Advisory Council and the Innovation Committee of WMO HydroHub reviewed the work done so far and set the way forward for 2018-2019.
26 August 2018, 14:00-15:30, Stockholm (Sweden)
This interactive session brought together providers of decision-support services with decision-makers from the public and private sectors to catalyze a dialogue on how to improve mutual understanding on service delivery between these two groups.
Application is now closed
This is the first of a series of calls for innovation, where WMO HydroHub is looking for innovative solutions in operational hydrology.
7-9 May 2018, Geneva (Switzerland)
The HydroConference seeks to create better interfaces between the providers of hydrological services and the users who need such services for a wide range of decision-making in order to generate increased benefits for society.
25-29 June 2018, Spiez (Switzerland)
The focus of AGUASAN Workshop 2018 was on improving evidenced-based decision-making for more priority-driven and targeted water and sanitation management.