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Lille Smart water demo site of the european project SmartWatr4Europe, Aquatech 2013, Amsterdam

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Presentation by Isam Shahrour of the “Lille Smart Water demo site Sunrise - European project SmartWater4Europe” at AQUATECH 2013,AMSTERDAM, November 2013.

Presentation by Isam Shahrour of the “Lille Smart Water demo site Sunrise - European project SmartWater4Europe” at AQUATECH 2013,AMSTERDAM, November 2013.

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  • 1. European  Project  “  SmartWater4Europe  »     Lille  Smart  Water  Demosite  «  Sunrise  »   Professor  Isam  SHAHROUR   Université  Lille1/Polytech’Lille   AQUATECH,  AMSTERDAM,  2-­‐3  NOVEMBER  2013  
  • 2.      Brief  IntroducUon  of  the  University  Site     -­‐            DescripUon  of  Demosite  and  SME  partners   -­‐            Biggest  challenges  in  the  demo  site   -­‐            ExpectaUons  of  the  SmartWater4Europe  project  
  • 3. Small  town:   •  110  Hectares   •  25  000  users   •  70  km  of   Urban   Network     •  140  Buildings     (320  000  m2  )    
  • 4. Smart  City  Concept   •  Smart monotoring •  Communication •  Data storage and processing Smart  sensors  
  • 5. Smart  city  allows   •  Real-time monitoring (see the invisible network) •  Rapid action in the case of an abnormal event (leakage, contamination, overload,..) •  Optimal management of resources •  Develop predictive models
  • 6. Smart  water  system:   •  Leakage  detecUon   •  ContaminaUon  detecUon  (health,  ...)   •  Pipes  localizaUon     •  EvoluUon  of  physical  and  mechanical   properUes  (deformaUon,  corrosion,   biofilm,  .....)   •  OpUmizaUon  of  the  energy  consumpUon  
  • 7. Smart  City  ImplementaUon    ObjecUves    DiagnosUc   •  Actors  –  Governing   •  Diagnos1c  of  infrastructures   •  Data  collec1on    (system  opera1ng  data,…)   •  Funding,  economic  model     Needs   •  Governing   •  Monitoring   •  SoAware  (data  processing,  supervision,  learning   machine,  op1miza1on,..)   Implementa1on   calendar  :   Stage  N  (N  =1,  M)   •  Monitoring   •  SoAware  (data  processing,  supervision,  learning   machine,  op1miza1on,   •  Valida1on,  preliminary    Exploita1on   Smart  System  ExploitaUon  
  • 8. Presenta3on  of  SunRise  Project    :   Smart  Urban  Network  Demonstrator  for  Sustainable  city    
  • 9. I)  Methodology  –  History       Crea1on  of  an  academic,  professional  and  local  government   partnership  :  researches  and  innova1on  on  «  Sustainable  City  »   1)  InternaUonal  Chair  posiUon  supported  by  the  Region   (2008  –  2011),  followed  by  an  industrial  chair  posi1on     (Eaux  du  Nord  /Suez)   2)  Three  internaUonal  workshops  (2010,  2011,  2012)  with   academic,  professional  and  local  authoriUes  «Innova1on  –   sustainable  urban  infrastructures  »  
  • 10.  1)  The  op1mal  management  of  urban  networks  cons1tutes  a   major  challenge  for  sustainable  ci1es:   •  Natural  Resources  saving  (energy,  water,  ..)   •  Safety,  public  health,  ..   •  AXrac1veness  and  economic  development   •  Ra1onaliza1on  of  investments  in  urban  infrastructures   Conclusions  and  recommendaUons:   2)  The  "smart  city"    concept  is  perUnent   Technology  reached  a  level  of  maturity  to  deal    with  the  city  challenges  
  • 11. Need  of    «Smart  City  »  demonstrators  at  perUnent  scale  to  check  :   •  The  governance  (operators,  authoriUes,  users,  ..)   •  The  integraUon  of  'heterogeneous'  technology  and  services   •  The  perUnence  of    technological  and  non-­‐technological  innovaUons   •  The  networks  interdependence  (water,  electrical,  district  heaUng,  gas,  ...)   •  The  economic  model  
  • 12. Data  collecUon  :  3D  graphic  model    (network  and  buildings)   70  km  of  networks   •  Water   •  District  HeaUng   •  Gas     •  Electrical  (  HV,  LV)   •  Public  light  
  • 13. Innova1on  centers     •  Pole  Ubiquitaire   §  CITC  –EURARFID   §  PRN   §  Image,…   Local  authority:   •  AMGVF     •  LMCU,     •  Region,     Interna1onal:   •  W-­‐Smart     •  Unites  states  (NYU)     •  Netherland  (KWR,   Vitens)   •  Great  Britain     •  Spain   SunRise   Operators  :     •  Eaux  du  Nord  (Suez  Environnement)   •  Eau  de  Paris   •  Dalkia   •  IBM   •  Lille  Métropole  Habitat  (LMH)   Starts-­‐up:    stereograph,  Nooligc,  Madetech,   Effigenie,  EUneo,  Calm-­‐water   Research  laboratories   (IT,  Civil  Eng.  Economy,   Instrumenta1on,…)   Educa1on  programs:       Master  degree  in  urban  Engineering,   Smart  Gird,  Creacity,..  
  • 14. Water   -­‐  Leakage   -­‐  Quality   -­‐  Water/Energy   •  Commun  Laboratory  (CEA,   W-­‐Smart,  KWR)   •  Industrial  Chair     •  European  Project:   SmartWater4Europe  (GB,   Netherland,  Spain)   •  2  major  projects  :  Paris   Water,  North  Water,  W-­‐ Smart,  CEA,  KWR,…   Energy   -­‐  OpUmal  management   -­‐  Security     -­‐  Renewable  Energy   •  Dalkia  :  District  heaUng   •   LMH  :  Social  housing   •  Eiffage  :  Electrical  Grid   InformaUon  system   and  solware  tools   Start-­‐Ups  :   Stereograph,   Nooligc,   Madetech,   Effigenie,   EUneo,    Calm-­‐water   Smart  Urban  networks  Demonstrator     (SunRise)  
  • 15. SunRise  -­‐  Water   -­‐  Leakage   -­‐  Water  quality  –  Health  impact   Partnership •   Eaux  du  Nord,  Eaux  de  Paris,  CEA-­‐List     •  W-­‐Smart,     •  KWR,  Vitens,  Acciona,  Thames,  Calwater  (Calm-­‐  Energie)
  • 16. 2013  :  European  Project  (FP7)  SmartWater4Europe     4  demonstrators    En  Europe  (10  M  €  )   4  European  demonstrators  (Smart  Water  network)     •  Leakage   •  Quality   •  Water  –  Energy   •  End-­‐users    
  • 17. Drinking  water  network  –  16  m   About  50  years  old   Meshed  network     16  km   77  ARM   145  Buildings   Linear  loss  index  (m3/J/Km)   •  2011:    12.7     •  2012  :  8.12  
  • 18. I)  Water  ConsumpUon  Analysis   The  Water  network  :  geometry  and  supply   !Cité!Scien*fique! (5)!!! 4!Cantons! ECL!! M5! Bachelard! Meshed  network     16  km   77  ARM   145  Buildings  
  • 19. Analysis  of  the  water  ConsumpUon  by  sector   !
  • 20. (I)  Working  Days   Daily    C7  Building  ConsumpUon:      
  • 21. Hourly  C7  consumpUon:       Registerd  data   Simplified  modeling  
  • 22. The  concept  of  “smart  city”  offers  great  opportuni1es:   •  Recent,  with  low  experience  feedback   •  Mul1disciplinary,  mul1  actors   •  Need  of  pilot  projects  to  develop  “collecUve”  experience   Conclusion  
  • 23. Thank  you  

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