19 Sep 2016
Gouda, September 19th 2016 – Engineering consultant Royal HaskoningDHV will collaborate with Dutch 3D visualisation specialist iTZiT on promoting the innovative Nereda® technology for wastewater treatment. 
René Noppeney (Director Water Products & Innovation at Royal HaskoningDHV), Ralph Toll (Chief Marketing & Business Development iTZiT), Véronique Rénard (Account Manager Nereda) and Emiel Kok (CTO iTZiT) signing the agreement. | Royal HaskoningDHV

Photo: René Noppeney (Director Water Products & Innovation at Royal HaskoningDHV), Ralph Toll (Chief Marketing & Business Development iTZiT), Véronique Rénard (Account Manager Nereda) and Emiel Kok (CTO iTZiT) signing the agreement.

iTZiT provides an innovative solution which enables monitoring and support of Nereda wastewater treatment installations. By building a tailored 3D environment of every plant and connecting it to the plant’s support systems it unlocks live views of the installation, of critical equipment and of key performance indicators. 

The application delivers direct and intelligent assistance in 3D to operators and other user groups. The result is an interactive virtual plant with access to all key information on the Nereda wastewater treatment process. With this innovative visualization technology, RoyalHaskoningDHV can provide its clients and partners with a unique tool for improved process support.
Tailored 3D environment Nereda® plant, delivering direct and intelligent assistance. |  iTZiT

Photo: Tailored 3D environment Nereda® plant, delivering direct and intelligent assistance.

“Becoming a Nereda partner represents the next step in our ambition to extend our 3D visualisation expertise towards operational applications. We are excited to join this innovative, global partnership and are looking forward to help create new and smarter solutions for wastewater treatment," says Pieter Spohr, CEO of iTZiT. 

"iTZiT’s innovative approach is a perfect fit as a partner of the Nereda world wide community. I cannot wait to see our Nereda installations visualised in a virtual, 3D environment. It’s the next major step in asset management," says René Noppeney, Global Director Water Products & Innovation at Royal HaskoningDHV.