AquaDT is a multi-criteria decision support tool that provides a framework for decisions taking in a complex, conflicting and multiparty context in integrated water management.
The software is developed as a deliverable of the EU-funded AquaStress project in collaboration between the Environmental & Energy Management Research Unit (EEMRU) of the National Technical University of Athens, the Comunidad y Biodiversidad in Mexico, and the Institute of Environmental Systems Research at the University of Osnabrück, Germany.
You might use AquaDT to decide on solutions for particular problems. The software supports you in evaluating alternative options against a list of criteria with varying importance. AquaDT is particularly designed to support group evaluation processes. It offers a set of evaluation utilities to resume individual evaluations and to compare and aggregate them in order to commonly decide on the best option.
AquaDT is set up as a web-based tool that can be used in face-to-face-sessions as well as in sessions in which the participants give their inputs from disperse locations via the internet.