DHI are the first people you should call when you have a tough challenge to solve in a water environment.

In the world of water, our knowledge is second-to-none, and we strive to make it globally accessible to clients and partners.

So whether you need to save water, share it fairly, improve its quality, quantify its impact or manage its flow, we can help. Our knowledge, combined with our team’s expertise and the power of our technology, hold the key to unlocking the right solution.

Using DHI’s global knowledge in water environments, our team in Canada delivers locally relevant solutions tailored to meet your specific needs. You can find out more by reading our local news and references, accessible from this page.

Get it touch with us – we’re looking forward to working with you and finding the right solutions to your specific water-related challenges.

Courses and events calendar

13-15 May
3 days
MIKE SHE In this three-day course in Toronto, ON, you learn about the physical and modelling aspects of all the processes in the hydrological cycle and fully coupled and fully integrated surface water and groundwater modelling. 13:00 - 21:00 UTC (9:00am-4:00pm EST) Canada

Upcoming Webinars

8 May
1 day
DHI NZ WEBINAR: Modelling Water Quality in Rivers – Black Box or White Box? Monitoring of river water quality informs the public of potential health risks posed by contact with water. Predictive models used for forecasting can be of two types – white box (deterministic based) or black box (regression based). In this webinar, you will hear an overview of both types of modelling approaches and recommendations on their applications. 0:00-0:30 UTC (12:00 pm NZST) Online Register
8 May
1 day
MIKE URBAN+ Join this one-hour webinar which will give you an overview of how to model all of your city’s pipe networks in ONE modelling platform ensuring overview, integration and higher efficiency in urban modelling. The new features include full hydrological and hydraulic modelling including water quality for all parts of the urban water systems, including water distribution and collection systems. Fee: Free-of-charge. Time: 14:00-15:00 UTC Online
8 May
1 day
MIKE URBAN+ Join this one-hour webinar which will give you an overview of how to model all of your city’s pipe networks in ONE modelling platform ensuring overview, integration and higher efficiency in urban modelling. The new features include full hydrological and hydraulic modelling, including water quality for all parts of the urban water systems including water distribution and collection systems. Fee: Free-of-charge. Time: 05:00-06:00 UTC. Online
9 May
1 day
MIKE URBAN+ Join this one-hour webinar which will give you an overview of how to model all of your city’s pipe networks in ONE modelling platform ensuring overview, integration and higher efficiency in urban modelling. The new features include full hydrological and hydraulic modelling including water quality for all parts of the urban water systems, including water distribution and collection systems. Fee: Free-of-charge. Time: 08:00-09:00 UTC. Online
15 May
1 day
OVERVIEW: MODELLING OF WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS (WWTPs) This one-hour webinar will introduce you to modelling of wastewater processes and systems using WEST, DHI’s software application for dynamic modelling and simulation of biological wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs). Fee: Free-of-charge. Time: 05.00-06:00 UTC Online
15 May
1 day
OVERVIEW: MODELLING OF WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS (WWTPs) This one-hour webinar will introduce you to modelling of wastewater processes and systems using WEST, DHI’s software application for dynamic modelling and simulation of biological wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs). Fee: Free-of-charge. Time: 14.00-15:00 UTC Online
23 May
1 day
OIL SPILL FORECASTING AND MODELLING Introduction of the oil spill modelling tool in MIKE 21/3 and how to set up and model the fate and transport of oil using the MIKE 21/3 Oil Spill model (OS) FM. Demonstration of GlobalSea OS, the newly developed web-based oil spill forecasting application. Online
5 Jun
1 day
DHI NZ WEBINAR: Wetlands For Water Sensitive Cities In this webinar, you will hear how wetlands are the key technology in the design of water sensitive cities for sustainable urban water management. Urban Water Transitions Framework identifies six distinct developmental “states” of a city on its path to increased water sensitivity. The highest state is the water sensitive city, which is based on holistic management of the integrated water cycle to protect and enhance the health of receiving waterways. 0:00-0:30 UTC (12:00 pm NZST) Online Register
13 Jun
1 day
MIKE URBAN This free, 1.5-hour intermediate level webinar provides insight into real time control modeling of collection systems. The aim is to enable you to set up a reliable real time control model and to analyze and present the simulation results. MIKE URBAN CS is a GIS-based software system for the data management and modelling of surface runoff, flows, water quality and sediment transport in urban catchments and collection systems. 15:00-16:30 UTC (11:00 am EST) Online
20 Jun
1 day
SUSTAINABLE TOURISM DEVELOPMENT Effective waterfront management and development requires an in-depth understanding of the coastal water environment and controlling processes to assure long-term sustainability. In addition, tourist facilities are increasingly vulnerable to climate change impacts such as hurricanes and floods. In this free, one-hour webinar, we’ll reveal how better preparedness secures your most valuable assets resulting in significant investment and operational savings. 15:00-16:00 UTC (11:00am EST) Online
27 Jun
1 day
MIKE TECHNOLOGY This free, one-hour webinar will introduce you to the world of MIKE Powered by DHI technologies. MIKE Powered by DHI technologies can be used for a wide range of challenges in water environments, including oceans, coastlines, harbors and ports, sediment transport, water quality and ecology, surface and groundwater, rivers and reservoirs, flooding, climate change, water management, water distribution, collection systems, wastewater treatment, and flow in porous media. 15:00-16:00 UTC (11am EST) Online
3 Jul
1 day
DHI NZ WEBINAR: An introduction to DHI: Non-thematic This 30 minute webinar is a non-technical introduction to ‘who is DHI’ – services and software. We will talk about DHI’s background and philosophy being a not-for-profit organisation, as well as the range of software options covering all aspects of water and the capacity building, training and knowledge sharing support options available. 0:00-0:30 UTC (12:00 pm NZST) Online Register
22 Aug
1 day
MIKE 21C This free, one hour webinar will teach you the theoretical and practical aspects of cohesive and non-cohesive sediment transport modeling in rivers and reservoirs. MIKE 21 Curvilinear (MIKE 21C) consists of a curvilinear hydrodynamics module (CHD) and a sediment transport model (CST). A curvilinear grid generator is also available for preparation of the curvilinear grids for the simulations. 15:00 - 16:00 UTC 11:00am EST Online
4 Sep
1 day
DHI NZ WEBINAR: MIKE URBAN+ Following the launch of the new MIKE URBAN+ earlier in the year, join senior urban modeller Rathika Jebamony as she takes you through the new interface, providing tips and tricks along the way, including the main differences between the new interface and the older MIKE URBAN classic interface. 0:00-0:30 UTC (12:00 pm NZST) Online Register
12 Sep
1 day
MIKE URBAN This free, one-hour webinar provides an introduction to the different approaches of modeling green infrastructure in MIKE URBAN and their effect on different types of storm events. In addition, you are introduced to storm water quality and treatment options. The webinar encompasses all types of the green infrastructure practices on the local level thus including bio-retention cells, rain gardens, green roofs, infiltration trenches, permeable pavements, rain barrels and vegetative swales. 16:00-17:00 UTC (12pm EST) Online
3 Oct
1 day
MIKE21 This free, 1.5 hour webinar will focus on the integrated modeling of sediment transport processes in coastal and estuarine environments using the sediment transport modules available in MIKE 21 and 3. The session also includes several examples of application of the modules, including use of the morphology and shoreline morphology features in MIKE 21. 16:00-17:30 UTC 12:00 pm EST Online
9 Oct
1 day
DHI NZ WEBINAR: Remote Sensing To Monitor Water Quality In this webinar, you will hear how remote sensing could be used to produce accurate and seamless maps of water quality, including algae blooms and suspended matter content. Remote-sensing is increasingly becoming the popular method to detect water quality in both fresh and coastal environments. 23:00-23:30 UTC (12:00 pm NZDT) Online Register
17 Oct
1 day
WATERNET ADVISOR This free, one hour webinar will provide a live demonstration of WaterNet Advisor – a web based modeling tool that allows water utilities to quickly and efficiently operate hydraulic models from personal computers, smart phones, and tablets (mobile devices). We will run user-defined scenarios to demonstrate ease of use for engineering operation and maintenance. We will showcase the ability to receive real-time data from SCADA, offering real-time hindcasting, and forecasting. 16:00-17:00 UTC (12:00pm EST) Online
6 Nov
1 day
DHI NZ WEBINAR: Managing Water-Related Health Risks In this webinar, you will hear how Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment (QMRA) could be used to estimate health risks and develop guidelines to protect public health. Exposure to contaminated water is an important route for the transmission of diarrhoeal pathogens, in addition to the cause of other illnesses such as respiratory, skin rash, earache, and eye irritations. 23:00-23:30 UTC (12:00 pm NZDT) Online Register
4 Dec
1 day
DHI NZ WEBINAR: Plastic Litter – Where Does It End Up In Coastal Waters? In this webinar, you will hear how Agent Based Modelling (ABM) could be used to identify the best sites to place cleanup systems so as to trap the maximum amount of plastics. International case studies will be presented. It is estimated that more than 4.8 million tonnes of plastics were floating in marine environments in 2010. This number is expected to increase by 50-fold by 2100. Cleanup systems need to be actively deployed to collect the plastic litter in the marine environment. 23:00-23:30 UTC (12:00 pm NZDT) Online Register
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