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Project co-funded by the European Commission within the 7th Framework Program (Grant Agreement No. 619660)

@WATERNOMICS_EUwww.waternomics.euType of project: Collaborative projectProject start date: February 2014Duration: 36 monthsEffort: 416 PMBudget: 4.287MMax EC contribution: 2.905MConsortium: 9 partnersCountries: 4SMEs: 4Pilots: 3

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WATERNOMICS () , Waternomics Objectives . ()

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MEMSUltra-SonicAcoustic Leak DetectionIn-FlowMobile Platform

Event processingAt-RestIn-MotionLinked DataWKanSemanticsSupport ServicesComponent Libraries

Fingerprinting for Leak DetectionWater FootprintModel-based FDDRule-based FDDStream AnalyticsComplex Events

Personalized DashboardsPublic KiosksWeb-AppsMobile AppsGamificationSocial Media

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@WATERNOMICS_EUwww.waternomics.euLocationCorporateDomesticPublic/Mixed UseLinate Airport, Milan, ItalyDomestic Houses, Thermi, GreeceEngineering Building, NUI Galway, IrelandColiste Na Coiribe, Galway, IrelandTargetUsersCorporate Water Consumers Leisure and Business TravellersDomestic Water Consumers and Utility ProvidersMixed/Public Water Consumers - University Mixed/Public Water Consumers - School

Key Statisticsno water remote monitoring system in place 10 Km of drinking water network

5 New USF Meters & 40 commercial meters (flow/ pressure/energy / ground water level) proposed by WATERNOMICS

Utilities Management, Maintenance Staff, Environmental Managers15 km from Thessaloniki

covering an area of 38.34 ha with 70,000 people

10 households selected

Different water usages and different family types

Typical cross section of the domestic environment Adults young adults and children Opened in 2011 Designed as a living laboratory ;

14,000 sqm on four floors occupied by 1,000 students and 100 staff;

11 existing water meters & BMS system in place 8 New USF Meters and 3 inline meters proposed by WATERNOMICS

Building/Utilities Manager, Staff Students ResearchersOpened in October 2015 M21;

500 students and 40 staff;

7 water meters and building control system planned in original construction contract

14 New inline water meters and site view screen proposed by WATERNOMICS

Building Manager, Staff, Students, Teachers

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@WATERNOMICS_EUwww.waternomics.euIn Linate we have corporate water users Utilities Management, Maintenance Staff, Environmental Managers as well as exposure to In Thermi we have typical cross section of the domestic environment Adults young adults and children In NUI Galway we have staff and students as well as members of the public and visiting researchers and academics also building managers, utilities managers and maintenance staffIn CnaC we have staff and younger students in a non-domestic environment as well as maintenance staff5

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@WATERNOMICS_EUwww.waternomics.eu Phase 1 (0-9 mts) Scenarios & ArchitecturePhase 2 (10-18 mts) Research methodology & Development ICTPhase 3 (19 21 mts) Pilot preparationPhase 4 (22 32 mts) Executing Pilots & Processing pilot resultsPhase 5 (33-36 mts) Evaluation Project Closure

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Scenarios & ArchitectureResearch methodologyDevelopment ICTPilot preparationExecuting Pilots 1, 2, 3 and 4Processing pilot resultsEvaluationProject Closure

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@WATERNOMICS_EUwww.waternomics.eu4Pilot Measurement Frameworks5Phase Methodology

Highlights (Y)

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20+Water Applications27Datasets

10+Support Services and LibrariesHighlights (SOFTWARE)

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@WATERNOMICS_EUwww.waternomics.euPilot Control at2/4Pilot Sites43Sensors

Highlights (HARDWARE)2Sensor Prototypes

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@WATERNOMICS_EUwww.waternomics.euOver 60+ currently activeTender in Linate is 40 meters

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Transfer experiences from pilots to local communityDiscuss the benefits and problems from the WATERNOMICS solutionRaise awarenessAnswer questions related to your context

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Project co-funded by the European Commission within the 7th Framework Program (Grant Agreement No. 619660)

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Introduction

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Wide variety of end-users

Domestic Environment

Corporate Environment

Public Environment

Waternomics Methodology targets a wide variety of end-users

The standards-based approach ensure the repeatibility of the results in different environments

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Iterative processThe Waternomics Methodology: Cyclic process to iteratively improve water efficiency.That provides a project-based approach with defined roles and a clear start and end of each iterationThat leads to organizational changes in the areas of People, Technologies and Processes.

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Methodology phases

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Management tool

The homepage for the Waternomics Methodology Trello Board for the NUIG pilot activity. The screen is split up into five columns corresponding to the Waternomics methodology phases and activities within them. A sixth column captures associated research tasks and activities of interest to the working group.

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ImpactDefine a standard based method to implement a WMS

Ensure the repeatability of the results

Provide a set of tools and references to help implement the methodology

Methodology is customizable to the needs of different end users

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InsightThe use of a Standard-based Methodology and related methods make easiest the implementation of a Water management system in different environments and for different end-users

Waternomics methodology can be one step and contribution in the development of standards dedicated to water management programs

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