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Smit IAHR2015 - business drivers for adopting smart water technology

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Smit IAHR2015 - business drivers for adopting smart water technology

  1. 1. @WATERNOMICS_EU www.waternomics.eu Project co-funded by the European Commission within the 7th Framework Program (Grant Agreement No. 619660) BUSINESS DRIVERS FOR ADOPTING SMART WATER TECHNOLOGY SANDER SMIT
  2. 2. @WATERNOMICS_EU www.waternomics.eu2 KEY MESSAGES A WATER INFORMATION SYSTEM SHOULD BE MODULAR, INTEROPERABLE, SCALABLE AND MAKE USE OF COMMUNICATION STANDARDS THE DRIVER FOR ADOPTING A WATER INFORMATION SYSTEM SHOULD BE VALUE ADDED
  3. 3. @WATERNOMICS_EU www.waternomics.eu3 OUTLINE ▶ The Waternomics Project ▶ Business drivers ▶ Factors affecting adoption of smart water technology ▶ Impact ▶ Conclusion
  4. 4. @WATERNOMICS_EU www.waternomics.eu4 WATERNOMICS PROJECT ▶ Timeline: February 2014 – January 2017 ▶ Consortium: 9 partners ▶ Countries: 4 ▶ Pilots: 4 ▶ Part of the ICT4Water cluster ▶ Co-funded by the European Commission
  5. 5. @WATERNOMICS_EU www.waternomics.eu5 WATERNOMICS PROJECT Question: How can ICT help households, companies and cities manage water more efficient? Waternomics: Provide personalised and actionable information on water consumption and water availability to individual households, companies and cities in an intuitive & effective manner at relevant time-scales for decision making
  6. 6. @WATERNOMICS_EU www.waternomics.eu6 WATERNOMICS PROJECT
  7. 7. @WATERNOMICS_EU www.waternomics.eu7 WATER INFORMATION PLATFORM Support Services SourcesApplications Water Analysis Model Complex Events Usage Model Water Dashboards Entity Management Service Decision Support Systems LinkedWater Data Data Catalog Complex Event Processing Engine Prediction Search & Query Adapter Adapter Adapter Adapter Adapter ▶ Applications ▶ Information Services ▶ Data linkage and analysis ▶ Sensor networks
  8. 8. @WATERNOMICS_EU www.waternomics.eu8 BUSINESS DRIVERS
  9. 9. @WATERNOMICS_EU www.waternomics.eu9 BUSINESS DRIVERS Sustainability Energy reduction Operational efficiency Cost reduction Competitive advantage Risk reduction Reputation Regulation
  10. 10. @WATERNOMICS_EU www.waternomics.eu10 FACTORS INFLUENCING ICT ADOPTION • Market • Regulation • User demands • Bio-physical conditions Environment • Corporate Culture • Budgetary dependancy • Shareholders • Maturity Organisational • Innovation prone • Entrepreneurship • Networks Individuals
  11. 11. @WATERNOMICS_EU www.waternomics.eu11 BUSINESS IMPLICATIONS REGION VALUE PROPOSITION PARTNERS CUSTOMER SEGMENTS KEY RESOURCES KEY ACTIVITIES CHANNELS RELATIONSHIP COST STRUCTURE REVENUE STREAMS WATER FOOTPRINT DOMESTIC BUSINESS FIXED COSTS: Network, staffing VARIABLE COSTS: Energy, non-revenue water SUPPLIERS WATER PROVIDERS COOLING CLEANING HEATING INCREASED OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY IMPROVED SERVICE LEVELS and/or NEW VALUE ADDED SERVICES
  12. 12. @WATERNOMICS_EU www.waternomics.eu12 TECHNICAL IMPLICATIONS • Modular architecture • Communication Standards • Scalable • Interoperable
  13. 13. @WATERNOMICS_EU www.waternomics.eu13 CONCLUSION A WATER INFORMATION SYSTEM SHOULD BE MODULAR, INTEROPERABLE, SCALABLE AND MAKE USE OF COMMUNICATION STANDARDS THE DRIVER FOR ADOPTING A WATER INFORMATION SYSTEM SHOULD BE VALUE ADDED
  14. 14. @WATERNOMICS_EU www.waternomics.eu Project co-funded by the European Commission within the 7th Framework Program (Grant Agreement No. 619660) THANK YOU For more information: www.waternomics.eu | info@waternomics.eu | www.ict4water.eu

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