Webinar: Smart Water
Welcome to the continuation of the Smart Water webinar series with knowledge sharing about smart water, opportunities and challenges!
Smart water products and digital water services can optimize the water industry, improve existing solutions and can contribute to creating good sustainable solutions for citizens and municipalities. At the same time, smart water solutions can help us implement the UN's sustainable development goals.
With the help of smart water meters, for example, leaks and deviating water quality can be detected more quickly and the municipality can use the data to, for example, offer water pricing according to consumption, which will hopefully help to raise awareness among end users and provide a better basis for decision-making.
The webinar will prepare the ground for those of you who want to get started or further develop the work that has already been done, and is aimed at municipalities and suppliers.
The webinar series is organized under the auspices of NCE Smart Energy Markets and Arbeidsgruppe Smart Vann, Smart Innovation Norway.
Date: Monday 14 June 2021
Location: Zoom (link to the webinar is available upon registration). Put the day in your calendar!
Target group: Municipalities, specialist communities, suppliers
Questions? Contact Ulrika Holmgren by e-mail or mobile +47 467 46 210
09.00-09.10 Welcome – Retrospect | Anja Wingstedt, Smart Innovation Norway
09.10-09.15 Practical information about Zoom and driving rules | Ulrika Holmgren, Smart Innovation Norway
09.15-09.30 How we can contribute and facilitate for municipalities and business in the process of a smart water project | Britt Viljugrein, Smart Water Norway – Water cluster
09.30-09.45 Anchoring, innovation and the big smart city image | Jørn Johnsen, COWI
09.45-10.00 Open systems, data and new services as well as how to reduce leakage to 8% in the water supply | Simon Granath, VA SYD/Malmö
10.10-10.25 How to innovate with citizen involvement and co-creation | Susanne K. Stigberg, Øyvind Stokseth, HIØ and Halden municipality
10.25-10.40 Reuse of the AMS network | Nils Erik Pettersen, aPOINT
10.40-10.55 Announcement and requirement specification, how to ask to get the right answer | Trym Sandblost, Trondheim municipality
10.55-11.10 Experiences from a pilot project with automation of data transfer from remotely read water meters | Svein Ekre, Ringsaker/HIAS
11.10-11.30 More questions/Summary/Conclusion | Anja Wingstedt, Smart Innovation Norway