Apps that predict bathing water quality, sensors that detect potential floodplains when it rains: digital tools enable a more efficient and sustainable water management in times of climate change.In the European joint project digital-water.city (DWC), 24 partners are exploring the eligible tools and how they work. In Paris, Sofia, Copenhagen, Milan and Berlin researchers will work on digital technologies to push smart city water management. KWB, the initiator and coordinator of the project, presented the project on 5 September 2019 at CityLAB Berlin.
Photos (from left to right) ©Rühmeier and KWB :
Stefan Natz, Spokesman of Berliner Wasserbetriebe, Nicolas Zimmer, CEO Technologiestiftung Berlin; Edith Roßbach, Managing Director of KWB; Regina Gnirß, Managing Director of KWB and Head of R&D Department of Berliner Wasserbetriebe, Christian Rickerts,Secretary of State at the Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises; Jörg Simon, Chairman of the Board of Berliner Wasserbetriebe