Hub Sessions

Wed 16 Nov 09:00 to 09:10
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Speakers: 

Manager US Climate and Energy Program
Environmental Defense Fund

Session Introduction - Energy and Water

Moving towards smart water networks is the future vision of the Water industry. In that aspect the collection of data and the cooperation between the water and energy sectors becomes a necessity.We shall explore projects that demonstrate this mutually beneficial relationship.

Wed 16 Nov 09:10 to 09:30
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Chief of Smart Metering department
Suez

Water Utilities and Energy: The progress so far

  • Success and challenges from active projects
  • Use cases of operational cooperation between energy and water sectors including feedbacks 
  • Observed qualitative and quantified benefits of energy management within the water sector on both utility and final consumer’s perspective.
Wed 16 Nov 09:30 to 09:50
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Senior Director Industry Strategy
Oracle

Transforming Water Utilities to Customer Service Companies.

  • Oracle Utilities Smart Water Management - Leak Detection and Outage Isolation.
  • Utilities and Big Data—Using Analytics for Increased Customer Satisfaction.
  • Customer Care and Billing for Water – Express Implementation.
Wed 16 Nov 09:50 to 10:10
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Speakers: 

Manager Innovation
Enel GTG Innovation Unit

Sustainable Water Managment in Power Generation

  •           Sustainability key parameters and approach of water management in Power Generation
  •           Advanced technologies in water management
  •           Use cases and innovation projects

 

Wed 16 Nov 10:10 to 10:30
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Speakers: 

Alistair Wright

Utilities Lead
GSMA

Smart Water Management – Case Studies and Insights

  •          Opportunities and Mobile Operator Capabilities
  •          Case Studies:Conserving Water by reducing waste, Climate Change and Extreme Weather, Mobile IoT
  •          Insights and future opportunities
Wed 16 Nov 10:30 to 11:00

Morning Coffee Break

Wed 16 Nov 11:00 to 11:20
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Vice-President Smarter Cities
Veolia

Implementing Smart Water and Energy Management trough Co-construction

  • Addressing utilities challenges though a robust and evolutive control center. Veolia-IBM innovative partnership and analytics for increased efficiency. First deployments in Lyon, Lille, Tidworth and La Baule.
  • From water to smart district heating networks.
Wed 16 Nov 11:20 to 11:40
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Senior specialist
Energoprojekt-Katowice SA

Water Management and Energy Generation – the Importance of Integrated Approach

  • The situation of water resources in Poland and its impact on power generation sector
  • The real problem with electricity supply – case study of August 2015
  • Possible corrective action – point of view of a designer of power plants 
Wed 16 Nov 11:40 to 12:30
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Speakers: 

Chief of Smart Metering department
Suez

Alistair Wright

Utilities Lead
GSMA

Manager Innovation
Enel GTG Innovation Unit

Panel: Smart Water and Energy

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Moderator: 

Manager US Climate and Energy Program
Environmental Defense Fund
Thu 17 Nov 09:00 to 09:10
Speakers: 

Project Manager iWIDGET
Dissemination Leader WIDEST

Session Introduction - Smart Metering and Smart Applications

Projects on how smart metering reduces both cost and the losses of the distribution network, the use the data to help water efficiency, reduce waste and manage better the demand. With smart water metering and fast data forming the basis for a smart network, the opportunity arises for the development of other smart applications on water quality and pressure sensing.

Thu 17 Nov 09:10 to 09:30
Speakers: 

Coordinator
WaterInnEU

ICT4 for Water Management and the Digital Single Market

  • Aims, problems and Gaps
  • The roadmap to the Digital Single Market for Smart Water Technologies

 

Thu 17 Nov 09:30 to 09:50
Speakers: 

Project Manager iWIDGET
Dissemination Leader WIDEST

Coordinator
WIDEST and WatERP

Smart water and Energy Platforms and Applications for Water Utilities and Consumers

  • The WATERP platform
  • The iWIDGET double platform
  • Other platforms from the cluster 

 

 

Thu 17 Nov 09:50 to 10:10
Speakers: 

Project manager
IFSTTAR

Project and communication assistant
PROTEUS

Smart Water and Energy Sensors and Related Technologies

  • Smart water and energy combined sensors for households
  • Smart water quality sensors
  • The EIP Water Action group for smart sensor technologies

 

Thu 17 Nov 10:10 to 10:30
Speakers: 

Head of the R&D Department
Aguas de Alicante

Researcher
SmartH20

Public Awareness and Feedback

  • Learning from other fields
  • The current situation and gaps
  • The road to interoperability for the digital market

 

Thu 17 Nov 10:30 to 11:00

Morning Coffee Break

Thu 17 Nov 11:00 to 11:20
Speakers: 

Coordinator
WIDEST and WatERP

Interoperability and Standardisation

  • Learning from other fields
  • The current situation and gaps
  • The road to interoperability for the digital market
Thu 17 Nov 11:20 to 11:40
Speakers: 

Exploitation and Dissemination Leader
WATERNOMICS

The Business Aspects, Perspectives and Future for Smart Water

  • Business cases and models
  • Smart Water and Energy relations to Water pricing
  • Prospects and the future

 

Thu 17 Nov 11:40 to 12:00
Speakers: 

Coordinator
BlueSCities

Water and Waste: The missing link.

  •           The City Blueprint
  •           The City Amberprint
  •           The capacity for self-analysis
Thu 17 Nov 12:00 to 12:50
Speakers: 

Coordinator
WIDEST and WatERP

Coordinator
WaterInnEU

Project manager
IFSTTAR

Head of the R&D Department
Aguas de Alicante

Coordinator
BlueSCities

Exploitation and Dissemination Leader
WATERNOMICS

Panel: Smart city: The Role of Smart Water and Energy

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Moderator: 

Project Coordinator
WIDEST and iWIDGET
 
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