Le Graie est partenaire de Co-UDLabs. Nous vous donnons rendez-vous le 13 octobre, de 10h à 12h, en visio, pour vous présenter le projet et vous proposer l’accès aux plateformes de recherche. Rejoignez la communauté Co-UDLabs !
This webinar will officially introduce Building Collaborative Urban Drainage research labs communities (Co-UDlabs). This is an EU H2020 funded project, based on the common goal – and impending necessity – to develop efficient and effective co-operation between scientists, researchers, and practitioners in the face of the increasingly pressing challenges of Urban Drainage System management.
Co-UDlabs will offer free Transnational Access (TA) to 17 high-end experimental facilities including laboratories, field sites and large repositories of experimental data in order to conduct research on topics such as:
– Testing novel monitoring solutions (e.g. computer vision, deep-learning and IoT applications) in the water and wastewater management sector
– Generate and process data to investigate the deterioration of urban drainage assets
– Test protocols, software and hardware aiming to improve the resilience and sustainability of urban drainage solutions
The access to experimental facilities aims to encourage co-operation among researchers, practitioners, SMEs, local regulators and administrations to tackle challenges in the management and operation of wastewater systems. We look forward to establishing research consortia based on a mix of academic and non-academic partners – with specific focus on the engagement of SMEs active in this field of work.
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