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Water Innovation Network (WIN)

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WIN - A Community Platform for Advancing Clean Water Solutions, presented by: Mazdak Arabi, Kevin Gertig, and Wade Troxell.

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Water Innovation Network (WIN)

  1. Water Innovation Network (WIN)A Community Platform for Advancing Clean Water Solutions Presentation by: Mazdak Arabi Kevin Gertig Wade Troxell
  2. The Global Water MarketThe latest estimates put the size of the global watermarket at over USD 480 billion in 2010*:  Expected to expand to $1 trillion by 2020  USD 175 billion for municipal and industrial water and wastewater capital expenditure.  Services, engineering, operation, maintenance and chemical make up the rest of the market. * Global Water Intelligence. 2011. Global Water Market 2010.
  3. The Global Water Market The U.S. market is expected to grow in the coming years, driven by increased levels of investment along the water value chain.  Innovation is key. Natural Water Clean Wastewater/Precipitation Water Storage / Water Water Use Sewage Sources Transport Supply Treatment
  4. Path to Water Policy Research Insight Policy Data  Critical Processes  Clean Water Act Content  Key actions  Safe Drinking Water Act Information  Natural variability  Energy Development Analytics  Spatiotemporal  Cap and Trade heterogeneity  Water Right Compacts Models  Anthropogenic impacts Regulations, Disaster Prevention Government
  5. Smart Water SolutionsInnovation Insight Market Need for Private Investment capital Ability to accelerate 10x return to investors is slow
  6. Essential PartnershipsHigher levels of collaboration between publicsector, private sector and academia is neededfor innovation across water value chain. Ability to scale Demonstrate value proposition Go to market strategy
  7. Water Innovation NetworkA triple helix collaboration between  University;  Private sector;  Governmentthat creates an innovation platformfor advancing development,demonstration and commercializationof clean water technologies.
  8. The WIN Partnershttp://www.nsf.gov/images/logos/nsf1.gif
  9. The WIN Target BoardInnovation andTechnology Technology Research Research Demonstration Networks Technical Publish Technology Trends Reports Study Standards Cluster New New Technologies Solutions Company Growth Management Spin-offs Training New 75% Technical Companies Training Training Incubator Services ClusterCommercial 50% Education Company ClusterCooperation and Networks Education andRegional 25%Development Training
  10. Targeted Value ChainFocus on tackling science, technology and policy challengeswith ultimate goal of supporting decision making:  Wastewater treatment and sewer systems  Water supply and demand issues  Flood control and drought management  Watershed management  Respond to the changing land use/climate  Issues at the nexus of land, water and energy  The interplay between socioeconomic and environmental factors (tradeoffs)
  11. WIN Value Proposition A unique system to collect water data: Cache la Poudre A collaborative platform to deposit data, knowledge and ideas; sort, summarize, digest, clarify, and compare them across distance and time
  12. WIN Value Proposition A live laboratory to demonstrate innovative technologies/policies:  scalability and value proposition A venue for clean water companies, and research and education groups to showcase their talent Training facilities and expertise with a focus on building international relations
  13. WIN Technology Platform Real Time • Monitoring: capturing the urban gradientSensors/Stations • Testing and validation +Cache la Poudre Completely Pristine Urban Influenced Agricultural Influenced Mixed Land Use, Combined Socioeconomic factors
  14. The WIN Infrastructure Monitoring • Monitoring: capturing the urban gradient Stations • Testing and validationDate Visualization • Data visualization Center • Datacave (the virtual watershed)
  15. The WIN Infrastructure Monitoring • Monitoring: capturing the urban gradient Stations • Testing and demonstrationDate Visualization • Data visualization Center • Datacave (the virtual watershed) • Data mining • Statistical analysis Analytics • Modeling • Scenario analysis • Optimization
  16. The WIN Infrastructure Monitoring • Monitoring: capturing the urban gradient Stations • Testing and validationDate Visualization • Visualization and analysis Center • Modeling • Data mining Analytics • Modeling/analytics Educational • Training Facilities • Distant learning
  17. City of Fort Collins Utilities Pilot Project Optimizing Nutrient Removal at WWTPs Through Real-time Analysis of Watershed Fluxes Innovation Insight / Sound PublicInfrastructure Efficiency Policy Monitoring package  Minimize cost and  TMDL Program carbon footprint  Nutrient Standards (Hach &InSitu sensors)  Critical Processes for Data management nutrient removal system (eRAMS, IBM) under varying Analytics (CSU and hydrologic condition Utilities personnel)  Critical natural Cyberinfrastructure processes (flow and (eRAMS) background loads)
  18. Collaborative Platform
  19. Community of PracticeWIN serves as the framework where each of uscan deposit knowledge and ideas, and where wecan sort, summarize, digest, clarify, and comparethem across distance and time.
  20. Community of Practice Leveraging the knowledge and tools of the community to advance water innovation technologies; Reduce fragmentation and redundancy; Multi-disciplinary focus: not just water, air, etc. but integrated systems; Facilitate linkage of models, tools, frameworks and people
  21. Questions? Comments? Mazdak Arabi 1372 Campus Delivery Fort Collins, CO 80523 (970) 491-4639 mazdak.arabi@colostate.edu

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