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SW4EU recognized with an award in the ca...

SW4EU recognized with an award in the category ‘Water performance initiative of the year 2014’ The European research project Smartwater4Europe has been awarded a distinction in the category ‘Water performance initiative of the year’ of the 2014 Global Water Awards. The winner of the category was the Indian water company of Dehli, Delhi Jal Board’s, […]

Optiqua Next Generation of Event Lab 2.0...

EventLab–Online Water Quality Monitoring for Smart Water Networks Optiqua EventLab is a solution for real-time monitoring of water quality in networked applications such as drinking water distribution networks. EventLab is designed for deployment as a high density sensor network, with distributed sensor nodes connected to a central server for data collection and processing. A network […]

Lille and Reading demo sites share solut...

A month scientific visit From France to the United Kingdom Elias Farah, PhD student in Civil Engineering on the subject “Use of the Smart Water System for the detection and localization of water leakage – Application to SunRise demonstrator” at University Lille I – Sciences and Technologies – Laboratory of Civil Engineering and geo-Environment, spent […]

Hong Kong delegation visits UK Demosite

Syrinix hosts delegation from Hong Kong Hethel based engineering company Syrinix recently hosted a delegation from the Hong Kong Water Supplies Department. In conjunction with Professor Dragan Savic of the University of Exeter, Syrinix was delighted to visit a site where TrunkMinder has been deployed in Reading that is part of the Smartwater4Europe project… To […]

Vitens at Aquatech Innovation Award 2015

Vitens is nominated for a Aquatech Innovation Award 2015 in the category ‘Not-yet-to-market’ with CAGIS: Real-time Customer Alert GIS, Vitens. CAGIS is a geographical operations dashboard displaying customer interactions (phone calls, tweets) and sensor alerts used by the operations department to identify events as pipe leaks and water quality problems much faster, ideally before a […]

Sheffield University presents SW4E paper...

Dr. Steve Mounce, from University of Sheffield, presented his paper “Cloud based machine learning approaches for leakage assessment and management in smart water networks” at the Computer and Control for the Water Industry 2015 on Wednesday September the 2nd The 13th Computer Control for Water Industry (CCWI2015) conference was organised by De Montfort University in […]

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