Brian Jackson

Brian is a professional civil engineer, water resources manager, modeller and hydrologist with experience in implementing integrated water resources management. He has been at the forefront of implementing the new, and internationally respected water act of South Africa since its promulgation in 1998. This entails the protection, use, development, conservation, management and control of water resources.

Brian moved to Australia in January 2017 and is responsible for the HydroNET platform across Australia. He led the project to develop the HydroNET Water Control Room and Flood Portal for the Goulburn Broken CMA and Goulburn-Murray Water, as well as the HydroNET RainWatch applications for South East Water, Salisbury City and Queensland Urban Utilities. Further to this, Brian has also led several other HydroNET projects across Australia and was instrumental in the adoption of HydroNET within South Africa.

Brian is the CEO of WT Hydro, a wholly owned Water Technology company set up to support HydroNET subscriptions and has had experience as the CEO of the first ever Catchment Management Agency to be established in South Africa. He oversaw the development of the first ever Catchment Management Strategy in South Africa and also implemented an innovative adaptive real-time operational water resources management framework for river operating rules based on adaptive management principles and the integration of data, computer modelling, governance/Institutions and stakeholder centred consensus driven decision making (i.e. the integration of both technical and social sciences).


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