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WaterWebTools comprise a series of online tools, which enable visualizations and interactions with real-time sensor data and state-of-the-art model-based forecasts for water resources. The tools target a worldwide market, and are relevant for water users, managers and decision makers within state agencies, municipalities, utilities and the agricultural sector, as well as the insurance and consulting industries.


The mission of WaterWebTools is to create innovative software solutions that allow easy use of real-time sensor data combined with advanced, numerical and statistical models for forecasting purposes. The tools available in WaterWebTools are developed based on a cross-disciplinary initiative, where Scientists within Environmental Engineering and Software Engineering have joined forces to solve some of the world’s most pressing issues relating to freshwater resources, including

risks of floods, water availability, and water pollution. WaterWebTools was realized in 2020, as a spin-out from Aarhus University, and builds partly on a project funded by Innovation Fund Denmark.


Today WaterWebTools is owned, maintained and operated by a consortium of high-tech, science-based companies, namely WaterITech.com and Serendipity Soft, while C-Consult has undertaken the development of the highly user-friendly web front-end for the tools. The consortium continues to improve WaterWebTools’ software solutions based on the needs of end-users and advances in state-of-the-art science.


Read more about the history of WaterWebTools here

Dennis Trolle (project lead)

Professor, Department of Bioscience, Aarhus University


Environmental Engineer, Ph.D.


Key contributions:

  • Many years of experience with application and adaptation of models for both research and consultancy purposes
  • Great experience with leading R&D and consultancy projects
  • Developer of core code in state-of‐the‐art ecological models
  • Wide international network including US and China

Anders Nielsen

Scientist, Department of Bioscience,

Aarhus University


Environmental Engineer, Ph.D.


Key contributions:

  • Experience from both university and private sector
  • Many years of experience with application of ecohydrological models
  • Developer of state‐of‐the‐art graphical user‐interfaces to meet end‐user needs (e.g. www.wet.au.dk)

Anders Lehmann

Associate Professor, Aarhus School of Engineering, Aarhus University


Software Engineer, Ph.D.


Key contributions:

  • Many years of experience within IT development
  • Experience from both university and private sector
  • Experience with scalable solutions and big data
  • Experience with start‐ups