04 Jul 2017

DHI South American seminar tour 2017

Adapting DHI’s modelling technologies to solve local challenges in water environments

This year, the DHI seminar and user group meeting (UGM) tour went through Bogotá, Lima, Santiago and Buenos Aires. More than four hundred people signed up for these one-day seminars addressing local challenges in water environments and learnt about adapting DHI’s water modelling technology and know-how to solve these problems.

DHI South American seminar tour 2017

Robin Marc Dufour, Managing Director of DHI Peru, delivering the opening address. © DHI

Since the first seminar and UGM tour in South America back in 2007, these events have proven to be unique platforms for our users to meet and network with other professionals and DHI experts. The sharing of interests in addressing and solving problems related to water allow insights into how these are being dealt with by governmental institutions, public utilities, research and educational institutions, consultants and industries. At the same time, these events provide an opportunity to stay on track with the latest developments in the MIKE Powered by DHI software family and innovations made in methods and solutions provided by DHI.

DHI South American seminar tour 2017

Alejandro Lasarte, DHI Business Development Manager for Latin America setting the scene with a short introduction to DHI and the MIKE water modelling technology. © DHI

Read all the interesting details and view more presentation photos of the DHI South American seminar tour here.


‘A necessary space to interact with public and private local users, and get to know the senior modellers and their experiences which allow us to resolve our concerns.’
– Luis Camilo Suescún Casallas, private consultant, Colombia

‘The seminar and form was very interesting and the interaction with participants exchanging information was very positive – a success!’
– Rolando Bustos, SSPYVN – Subsecretariat of Ports and Waterways, Ministry of Transport, Argentina

‘Very interesting to get an update on available tools and about latest as well as future developments.’
– Gerardo Bessone, The management consortium of the port of Bahia Blanca, Argentina