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      Open Waters

      Research Group Software Systems Research Group
      Resarch Environment Informatics

      Quick Facts

      Full project name

      Open Waters

      Duration

      November 2018 – November 2022

      Homepage

      www.ivl.se/projektwebbar/open-waters.html

      Partners

      IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute, RISE Interactive, KTH – Department of Machine Design, University of Skövde – School of Informatics, Ramboll AB, Göteborg Kretslopp & Vatten, Trollhättan Energi, Hagström Consulting AB, Virtual Cities of Sweden AB

      Financing

      Vinnova

      The aim of this project is to ensure sustainable management of water and sanitation for all, and to promote the transition towards sustainable value chains and inclusive and sustainable economic growth. We believe that the development of digital twins, not only for the systems and processes but for the water treatment infrastructure as a whole, can open up for new efficient techniques and sustainable innovations.

      University of Skövde contributes to Open Waters with recommendations developed through analysis of practices concerning use of software and file formats for provision of shared design and open data in the context of critical water treatment infrastructure. Specificially, the analysis considers open standards and open source software as enablers for ensuring sustainable management of water and sanitation.

      For further information, see the official project website www.ivl.se/projektwebbar/open-waters.html.

      Project Leader

      Professor of Computer Science

      Participating Researchers