Waterlink 2017, 26 January 2017 Leeuwarden

Dear all,

On 26th January 2017 the World Trade Centre in Leeuwarden will facilitate the annual Water Tech business event of the WaterAlliance: WaterLink. Ctrl+Swan was invited to host a theme sessions: Real time monitoring and smart sensors for water quality control!

EIP Water Action Group CTRL+SWAN (Cloud Technologies & ReaL time monitoring + Smart WAter Network) invites you to take part in an interactive session on real-time monitoring. The workshop aims to present innovative sensor technologies for real-time monitoring applied in all sectors of water management, and to analyse new directions and perspectives for RTM. New smart sensors (RT (Real-Time) and OMS (On-Line Measurement Sensors)) based on innovative concepts and technologies will be presented. The meeting includes a roundtable and networking session that offers participants the opportunity to exchange views with speakers coming from companies, research centres and universities, and to identify potential collaborations.

Chair: Anna Di Mauro (Med.Hydro, Second University of Naples & Ctrl+Swan Action Group)

Speakers: Joep van den Broeke (Optiqua Technologies), Gianluca Persichetti (CNR-IREA), Luca Sanfilippo (Systea), Andrea Rossi (SUEZ), Lydia Vamvakeridou-Lyroudia (University of Exeter & ICT4WATER cluster).

We would gladly welcome you to join our session and be part of the event WaterLink! Besides the 8 theme sessions WaterLink offers a diverse program that will interest you. The finals of the Water Alliance Innovation Stimulation Award 2017 (WIS 2017), dedicated matchmaking sessions, a trade floor and an inspiring plenary session with keynote speaker Pieter van den Hoogenband (three times Olympic swimming champion). More information on our theme session, the overall WaterLink program and registration: http://wateralliance.nl/waterlink/. For information about the event don’t esitate to contact the AG CTRL+SWAN Secretariat: agctrlswan@gmail.com

Some presentations can be downloded below:

Introduction CTRL+SWAN activities, Med.Hydro

Advanced monitoring of potable water networks, Suez

On-line water quality monitoring of drinking, surface and marine waters: technical updates and field examples, Systea

Optical spectroscopic sensor for on-line water monitoring, IREA

The case for real time water quality monitoring, Optiqua

Smart Water : European Commission: The broader context. Strategy since 2012, University of Exeter – ICT4Water Cluster