Decision support system for main pumping station control, BOS Delfland

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The waterboard Delfland uses a DSS to automatically control the 7 pumping stations in its main canal system.

Delfland manages a small part of the dutch watersystem in the south-west of the country. The area is mostly below sealevel and it is intensively used, for residential areas, greenhouses and industry. It is only 400 km/2, yet houses 1,6 million inhabitants, multiple cities among which the city home to the central government (Den Haag) and a UNESCO heritage site (Delflt).

Because most of the fact that many of the polders in Delfland are well below sea level (up to 7 meters within Delfland) and because these polders are intensively used precipitation must be removed actively and quickly.

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