The implementation of innovative resource recovery technologies at industrial scale level is always a big decision making challenge. To ease this task, the SMART-Plant H2020 project is testing a Decision Support System (DSS).
The European research project STOP-IT is part of the ICT4Water cluster and focuses on the strategic, tactical and operational protection of critical water infrastructures against physical and cyber threats.
On 11th of June, the ICT4Water cluster (a hub for EU-funded research and innovation projects on ICT applied to water management) will organise its annual meeting in Brussels, prior to the WSSTP Water Innovation Europe (WIE).
A briefing note from the SPACE-O project explores how advanced technology can be used by the water sector to optimize performance (in the case of water utilities) and improve management.
On the 13th and 14th of June 2018, the WssTP will organize the Water Innovation Europe event that will take place in Brussels.
The work packages of the H2020-project STOP-IT that focuses on the strategic, tactical and operational protection of critical water infrastructures against physical and cyber threats have kicked off.
One essential aspect of water supply services is the availability and treatment of raw water resources. Achieving the required quality for safe consumption requires many processing steps that vary according to the initial characteristics of the resource.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No. 689239