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FloodControl IJkdijk

FloodControl IJkdijk is the innovative dike monitoring organisation for inspection and testing based on sensor systems. This development programme results in nationally and internationally marketable dike monitoring systems (smart levees). The smart application of the monitoring philosophy leads to significant cost savings and deferred investments for water management authorities both in the Netherlands and abroad. Stichting FloodControl IJkdijk anticipates that all Dutch water management authorities will be operating this philosophy and will be monitoring their dikes with innovative systems in cases where it is worth doing so.

Between 2007 and 2010 Stichting FloodControl IJkdijk conducted groundbreaking experiments in dike monitoring with the aid of sensor technology. The next stage of the FC IJkdijk development programme began at the end of 2011. 

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Press Release: Field trial for subsidence flow in Westerschelde

Press Release: Field trial for subsidence flow in Westerschelde

As of 22 September, Stichting FloodControl IJkdijk will initiate a new field trial, in order to study the phenomenon of subsidence flow at September 22th.

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One dike simultaneously protected by three monitoring systems

One dike simultaneously protected by three monitoring systems

Field experiments by Stichting IJkdijk have shown that innovative monitoring makes it possible to look inside dikes. The partially unsound Ommelanderzeedijk, which protects northern Groningen against Wadden Sea flooding, is monitored by three different systems. Read more...

Unique anti-piping experiment successful

Unique anti-piping experiment successful

Geotextile positioned vertically in a dike can stop piping. That has been proven by an experiment with the textile on the IJkdijk.

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Press release: Dike breaches predictable thanks to sensor systems

Press release: Dike breaches predictable thanks to sensor systems

Entirely according to plan, three test dikes collapsed at the IJkdijk test location in Bad Nieuweschans (Groningen) on 26 and 27 August and 8 September. A preliminary analysis of the results has shown that the sensor systems predict the dike breaches well in advance.

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Presentation IJkdijk congress

Presentation IJkdijk congress

he IJkdijk congress was held at the 7th of September: ‘Cost cutting innovations for dike survey through cooperation’. The information of the congress is also online.

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