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 collaboration with the University of Exeter and the University of Sheffield and took place in Leicester, UK from the 2th – 4th September 2015. The CCWI conference series brought together researchers and water practitioners with an interest in current challenges and solutions for the water industry. The event aimed to bridge theoretical and applied research and shares the best practice across the world water industry.
The topics of interest were broad, ranging from: water engineering solutions for smart, liveable and sustainable cities; modelling, optimization and decision support for clean and wastewater systems; data management including GIS, SCADA and cyber security issues. The main focus of the conference was on water supply and urban drainage systems including technological, economic and social aspects.
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The paper is available on at Open Source license at:
At the same event, a paper on leakage modelling presented by Prof. Boxall won the best paper/presentation prize.
Traditional Leakage Models for Leakage Modelling: Effective or Not?, Procedia Engineering, Volume 119, 2015, Pages 35-42. (Mr. Sam Fox, Dr. Richard Collins, Prof. Joby Boxall). The paper is available at: