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UNESCO & W-Smart Partnership for Innovat

Unesco & W-Smart Partnership for Innovation W-Smart has been recognized by the General Director of Unesco as official partner for innovation in integrated water management. The work and activities of W-Smart are consistent with the current programmes and priorities of UNESCO in the field of the natural sciences, and cooperation between UNESCO and W-Smart has […]

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 […]

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 […]

W-Smart Platform Organisation

Partner 19: W-SMART The W-SMART Association is a not-for-profit Association incorporated in 2005 as an International Water Security Alliance of Water Utilities. Originated in New York City at the aftermath of 9/11 under the leadership of the Commissioner of New York City Department of Environmental Protection its members include both private and public water supply […]

CEA List R&D

Partner 8: CEA-List CEA-List is an institute aiming at technological research regarding digital smart systems. It is based near Paris at Saclay and Fontenay-aux-Roses, and is a key software systems research centre working in three areas with vital societal and economic implications: embedded systems (architecture and design of systems, methods and facilities for software and […]


Partner 13: KWR Water B.V. KWR is the Dutch research institute for the drinking water sector, their current shareholders. Unique in the world, this collaboration of the Dutch water supply companies has resulted in a powerful knowledge base and an extensive collective memory (> 60 years) for the drinking water sector. KWR develops and unlocks […]

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