Biography
Cees van Dijk is the content manager of Hydro International. "After having worked in different media positions for more than twenty years, this is an interesting new challenge for me”, he said when he started his new job (spring 2019).

Maritime and media world

"The hydrographic world is not new to me. From 1987 to 2000 I worked as a liaison officer at the Dutch Coast Guard and became acquainted with the multifaceted maritime world. After my Coast Guard career, I worked for various maritime magazines and I was responsible for water sports publications in an international publishing company."
 

Part-time in Lemmer and Almere, the Netherlands

On average, in the first month of the production process, Cees will be at the Geomares office in Lemmer, the Netherlands, one day a week. As the deadline of the magazine approaches, he will be there more often. In addition, he will perform a number of activities from his "home office” in the Dutch city of Almere, near Amsterdam.
 

Ideas and suggestions are welcome

"If you have suggestions for articles for the upcoming editions or otherwise have tips and advice, please let me know", Cees says. "I am always on the lookout for interesting contributions to our magazine and our website."
Articles

Old Fashioned or Just Safe

Not long before this issue of Hydro International went to press, a major problem with Galileo, the European equivalent of the American GPS system, occurred. A few days later, the malfunctioning system has still not been corrected. It appeared to be an incident related to the Galileo ground infrastru... (read more)
 
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