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On this page you can find a list of organisations related to ICT4Water.


AIOTI: The Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation (AIOTI) was initiated by the European Commission in 2015, with the aim to strengthen the dialogue and interaction among Internet of Things (IoT) players in Europe, and to contribute to the creation of a dynamic European IoT ecosystem to speed up the take up of IoT.

BDVA: The Big Data Value Association (BDVA) is the private counterpart to the EU Commission to implement the BDV PPP programme (Big Data Value PPP).

DG Environment: The Environment Directorate General of the European Commission (‘DG Environment’) was set up in 1973 to protect, preserve and improve Europe’s environment for present and future generations.

Digital Single Market – Rolling Plan for ICT Standardization: The EU Rolling Plan provides an overview of the needs for preliminary or complementary ICT standardisation activities to be undertaken in support of EU policy activities.

Digital Single Market: Building the European Data Economy:Building a European data economy is part of the Digital Single Market strategy. The initiative aims at fostering the best possible use of the potential of digital data to benefit the economy and society. It addresses the barriers that impede the free flow of data to achieve a European single market.

EIP Water: The European Innovation Partnership on Water – EIP Water in short – is an initiative within the EU 2020 Innovation Union. The EIP Water facilitates the development of innovative solutions to address major European and global water challenges. At the same time, the EIP Water supports the creation of market opportunities for these innovations, both inside and outside of Europe.

EuReau: EuReau is the voice of Europe’s drinking water and waste water service operators.

European Environmental Agency: The European Environment Agency provides sound, independent information on the environment for those involved in developing, adopting, implementing and evaluating environmental policy, and also the general public. In close collaboration with European Environmental Information and Observation Network and its 33 member countries, the EEA gathers data and produces assessments on a wide range of topics related to the environment.

INSPIRE: The INSPIRE Directive aims to create a European Union spatial data infrastructure for the purposes of EU environmental policies and policies or activities which may have an impact on the environment.

WATER JPI: The Joint Programming Initiative (JPI) on “Water challenges for a changing world” aims to tackle the ambitious grand challenge of “Achieving sustainable water systems for a sustainable economy in Europe and abroad”.

WISE: The Water Information System for Europe (WISE) is a partnership between the European Commission (DG Environment, Joint Research Centre and Eurostat) and The European Environment Agency, known as “the Group of Four” (Go4).

WssTP: WssTP is the Water Supply and Sanitation Technology Platform. WssTP was initiated by the European Commission in 2004 for Research and Technology Development in the water industry and was transformed into an independent legal entity under Belgian Law in 2007.