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Yves Abou Rjeily, PhD student at Lille U...

Yves spent a month with Thames Water’s Innovation team in a rich exchange of knowledge and ideas In April, Yves’ presented his research on the management and durability of wastewater systems within smart cities. The presentation covered the progress of his work in the Lille Demo site and the transformation from passive static to active […]

Sheffield presented SW4EU at Water Indus...

Dr. Steve Mounce and Dr. Will Furnass (both University of Sheffield) presented on SmartWater4Europe at the WWT Water Industry Smart Water Networks Conference on March 17th 2016. In a definitive period of transformation, smart networks are at the forefront of investment plans for UK water companies. WWT’s first Smart Water Networks Conference took place on […]

Virtual DMA Municipal Water Supply Pipel...

Virtual District Meter Area Municipal Water Supply Pipeline Leak Detection and Classification Using Advance Pattern Recognizer Multi-Class Support Vector Machine for Risk-Based Asset Management Author: Thewodros G. Mamo       Abstract:  Municipal water supply network systems are composed of a wide range of complex buried infrastructure. Many of these essential infrastructures have reached or […]

SW4EU in the WWT Water Industry Technolo...

Dr Paul Rutter, Water Innovation Manager, Thames Water and Dr Joby Boxall, Professor of Water Infrastructure and Engineering, The University of Sheffield represented Smart Water 4 Europe at the WWT Water Industry Technology Innovation Conference last December the 1st, 2015. Smart Water for Europe’s presentation discussed the start of the journey to smart water companies […]

Next EIP Water Conference on 10 February...

The 2016 Conference of the European Innovation Partnership on Water will be held on 10 February 2016 in Leeuwarden, The Netherlands, announced the EIP Water on 27 May 2015. This third EIP Water Conference builds up on the success of its first two Conferences in 2013 and 2014 in Brussels and Barcelonarespectively. In early March […]

University of Sheffield wins major natio...

Research to tackle ‘grand challenges’ for water sector gets £3.9m boost A new £3.9million research project has been awarded to ensure the UK maintains a clean, sustainable water supply for the future. The project – led by the University of Sheffield – will help the UK water sector tackle key challenges, including population growth, ageing […]

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 […]

 
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