WISDOM Project Final Event
09 Chwefror 2017
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The WISDOM Final Event took place on the 19th of January at Cardiff University. This event showcased the achievements of the WISDOM project, showing the work that has been done in our pilots and the key research results of the project. The event also showcased the tangible outputs of the project through an interactive exhibition of our sensing devices and user interfaces.
In addition to purely project dissemination, the event also provided valuable insights for the final stages of work being conducted in the project, enabling us to network, gather the views of key stakeholders in the water industry through our panel discussion and the opportunity for collaboration and networking with the ICT4Water cluster, through an open call for presentations from other projects in the cluster (WaterInnEU, ISS-EWATUS and ICEWater).
There were a mix of attendees - Water Industry, Academy and research Center, ICT, Optimisation, Data Visualisation - participants at our event, with representatives from across Europe. Additionally, three other ICT4Water projects were represented.
|09.00||Registration Opens and Refreshments|
Dr. Tom BEACH (Cardiff University)
|09.45||Keynote Speech [note - video]|
Dr. Jacob TOMPKINS - Managing Director of Waterwise
|10.30||Introduction to the WISDOM Project [pdf - video]|
Dr. Daniela BELZITI (CSTB)
|10.45||WISDOM – A System of Systems:|
|11.30||Refreshments and Interactive Displays|
|12.00||WISDOM Research Highlights:|
|13.00||Lunch and Interactive Displays|
|14.00||Panel Discussion with Dr. David McIVER, Dr. Jacob TOMPKINS, Mr. Andy BLACKHALL, and Dr. Marco FANTOZZI: [note]|
|15.00||Refreshments and Interactive Displays|
|15.30||The Wider Smart Water Field – The ICT4Water Cluster:|
In addition to the talks the project also showcased its achievements in an interactive exhibition. The following exhibition stalls featured at the final event:
WISDOM@Home – featuring [pdf]:
- Live demos and training on the WISDOM User interfaces for household water consumers.
- Demonstration of sensor devices used in the home including, the WISDOM gateway, the heat exchanger and smart meters.
WISDOM@Network – featuring [pdf]:
- Live demos and training on the WISDOM User interfaces for water network operators
- Live demonstration of the Internet of Things technologies deployed by Imperial College London as part of their leakage localisation research work. [pdf]
Water Efficiency: Featuring a selection of water saving devices that have formed part of the demand management study.