Explore Rijkswaterstaat’s international projects from A to Z. Our alliances with global partners demonstrate our steadfast commitment to developing and improving infrastructure for a safer, more connected world.
26 projects found.
NEA PANACEA is a project which focuses on assessments of the status of pelagic habitats, benthic habitats, food webs and marine birds.
The project All4Biodiversity studies mowing management forms by assessing which measures can capitalise on the effects of climate change.
Peak river flows create dangerous situations for ships entering and leaving the Juliana Canal. Rijkswaterstaat is therefore expanding the entrance.
The MERLIN project commits to transformative ecosystem restoration, mainstreaming Nature-based Solutions for the urgent systemic change our society.
The 5G Blueprint is developing and validating amongst others the technical architecture for uninterrupted transnational tele operated transport. Read more.
Connected River is an EU funded (Interreg North Sea) transnational innovation project addressing challenges related to shared use of waterways and waterfronts.
MERIDIAN is a project with a mission: unleash power of Intelligent Transport Systems of the Trans-European Transport Network and enhance flor of traffic.
The EMfloodresilience project is helping the region to be better prepared for extreme flooding. The project is funded by the European Interreg programme.
The project Modi, a name inspired by the Norwegian term for 'courageous', aims to bring a bold vision to life. Identifying and removing barriers along the way.
The China Europe Water Platform is a network for water co-operation between European countries and the Chinese Ministry of Water Resources.