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Waternomics Open Day Thermi - Results Linate airport pilot


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Presentation of results of Waternomics pilot with a smart water system at Linate airport.

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Waternomics Open Day Thermi - Results Linate airport pilot

  1. 1. @WATERNOMICS_EU Project co-funded by the European Commission within the 7th Framework Program (Grant Agreement No. 619660) OPEN DAY THESSALONIKI, 11 OCTOBER 2016 LINATE AIRPORT PILOT
  2. 2. @WATERNOMICS_EU www.waternomics.eu2 SEA MILAN AIRPORTS Municip ality of Milan Other F2i Aeroport i SpA 54,81% 35,75% Milan airports traffic data - 2015 Movements Passengers Cargo (tonnes) Malpensa 156,600 18,500,000 500,100 Linate 96,600 9,600,000 12,400 Airport system 252,600 28,100,000 512,500 SEA business areas SEA shareholders
  3. 3. @WATERNOMICS_EU www.waternomics.eu3 SEA MILAN AIRPORTS Milano Linate • 9.6 million passengers / year; 96,000 annual movements • deeply embedded in the urbanized southeastern belt of Milan • an area of 350 hectares • two runways: the first (2,442 meters long) intended for commercial aviation and the second (601 meters long) for general aviation Milano Malpensa • 18.5 million passengers; • 156,600 annual movements • 500,100 tons • a total area of/year • 1,220 hectares on a six municipalities territory • two parallel runways of 3,920 meters
  4. 4. @WATERNOMICS_EU www.waternomics.eu4 LINATE AIRPORT PILOT PROBLEMS AND NEEDS  Services to passengers and airport operators;  Remote water monitoring system to have clear water consumptions and optimize the water resource use;  Additional measurement points and the upgrading of existing meters with telemetric data transfer capability;  simulation model to better understand network performance;  reasonable assumptions to close knowledge in a complex system constructed over decades with many points not physically accessible.  Cost reduction
  5. 5. @WATERNOMICS_EU www.waternomics.eu5 The initial objective of global water balance capturing by measurements all inputs and outputs of the system unfeasible due to the complexity of the environment in terms of accessibility, security, cost, and operational constraints of the airport, within the time available. Pilot areas identified:  DMA6, one water loop within the airport property which serves 14 buildings for airport freight and maintenance operations and 300 staff  The Terminal Building where the project has the opportunity to interact with airport staff, shops, and passengers LINATE AIRPORT PILOT SITE
  6. 6. @WATERNOMICS_EU www.waternomics.eu6 LINATE AIRPORT WATERNOMICS PLATFORM  EPANET Visualisation  Hydraulic simulation model of the water network  Goal setter  to set and keep track of one’s goals  analysis of the consumption of different buildings in the airport  analysis of the water balance for the DMA6  analysis of the water balance for the Terminal  detailed information about the sensors installed MONITOR EXPLORE LEARN It is possible to build one’s own dashboard applications
  7. 7. @WATERNOMICS_EU www.waternomics.eu7 LINATE AIRPORT WATERNOMICS PLATFORM MONITOR SECTION Monthly/Weekly/Daily/Hourly distribution consumption for each buildings Some Airport Buildings metered Leakage detection with day/night time
  8. 8. @WATERNOMICS_EU www.waternomics.eu8 LINATE AIRPORT WATERNOMICS PLATFORM  Water consumption during the night time for the Freight building need to be checked. Anyway the information give us the possibility to understand and monitoring the water consumption and to investigate why this happen. MONITOR SECTION
  9. 9. @WATERNOMICS_EU www.waternomics.eu9 LINATE AIRPORT WATERNOMICS PLATFORM EXPLORE SECTION 9 Availability of a hydraulic simulation model of the water network has multiple advantages: • Test different operational strategies in a ‘what-if’ manner • Pressure control in the water network and investigation of different set points • Visualize a geo-referenced map view of pilot zone network and sensors • Visualize and change hydraulic data for the water network (helpful for future expansion of the network) • FDD method set up to localize the leakage in the water network
  10. 10. @WATERNOMICS_EU www.waternomics.eu10 LINATE AIRPORT PLATFORM – TRAINING SESSION A very positive feedback on the platform SEA Departments mainly involved:  Maintenance  Infrastructures – Design  Environment and Airport Safety Roles:  Managers  Operating staff
  11. 11. @WATERNOMICS_EU www.waternomics.eu11 Further requirements in order to improve the platform customization and visualization of data:  Exporting of data charts and creation of reports (to be used internally and for external use)  A clearer naming of the buildings and dealers (always changing, especially the last ones)  Adding of further parametric values in the Apps developed, in particular: Cubic meters of water/square meters of building Cubic meters of water/n° of passengers per year  Adding, in the Distribution graphs, also the values in mc and beyond %  Users manual and training documents LINATE AIRPORT PLATFORM – STAFF FEEDBACK
  12. 12. @WATERNOMICS_EU www.waternomics.eu12 Thank you for your attention! Scuccimarra Marcella OPEN DAY - THESSALONIKI, 11 OCTOBER 2016