Ict4water cluster meeting at LET2016
On June 17, the ICT4Water + H2020 projects met in Jerez de La Frontera. The main objective of the meeting was to present updates and results of EU funded projects on smart water solutions, grouped together in a cluster, including demo sites at tens of cities across Europe.
ISS-EWATUS first Final Event
The results of ISS-EWATUS and other ICT4WATER cluster projects will be presented during a 2-day event through a mix of presentations and demonstrations on 1-2 September 2016 in Skiathos Island, Greece.
SmartH20 Summer School
The SmartH2O Summer School on Smart Systems for Urban Water Demand Management has been launched and is now open for registration! The school and the associated conference will be held on August 22-25 at Monte Verità, Switzerland, with a spectacular view on Lake Maggiore.The school will focus on managing household water demand using ICT and smart economics: from monitoring consumption with innovative smart meters, to profiling users’ behaviour, to understanding how different stimuli can nudge behavioural change, and, finally, how integrated ICT solutions can be adopted by water utilities.
Developing a roadmap: ICT solutions for smart water in cities
Water IDEAS 2016 conference, Bologna, Italy
Pre-conference Workshop for Young Water Professionals
Wednesday 19th October 2016, 10:30-16:00
This workshop for and by Young Water Professionals (YWPs), is developed by the International Water Association on behalf of the partners of WIDEST, a European Commission project, which aims to establish an interconnected ICT for Water community.
Management Roadmap 2015
The ICT for Water Management roadmap describes the main gaps and challenges that need to be addressed in the future of the ICT for water management sector, including water providers,customers and policy makers. For more details please refer to: ICT 4 Water Management Roadmap 1st June 2015
About the Cluster
Due to growing population and economy, seasonal climatic conditions have changed, including extreme events as floods and droughts. This affects as a whole the availability of water resources at world level. ICT and water efficiency is a key policy issue with potential for new research area that includes decision supporting system for the measurement of water quality and quantity including the recycling and water reuse processes. This necessitates increased interoperability between water information systems at EU and national levels and efficiency of water resources management. This site is a hub for the 15 sister projects on ICT and Water Management. Read more.