Announcements

ICeWater Kick-Off Meeting took place on the 1st and 2nd of October 2012 at Siemens premises in Milano Bicocca, Italy. Representatives of Siemens, Toshiba, Metropolitana Milanese (MM), Aquatim, ITALDATA, UNESCO IHE, CMR, K&S and ICCS participated in the event. MM and Aquatim presented their water distribution network and also described…
Inside the framework of AQUAKNIGHT activities,several training activites have taken place as presented below. AQUAKNIGHT has prepared a set of training sessions in the participating Mediterranean Partner Countries (MPCs). The first two training sessions took place at the Alexandria Water Company headquarters (24th -25th April 2012, Egypt) and SONEDE headquarters…
We are very pleased to announce that the evaluation outcome of the MARSOL- “Demonstrating Managed Aquifer Recharge as a Solution to Water Scarcity and Drought” proposal submitted under the FP7-ENV-2013-WATER-INNO-DEMO is 15 out of 15. The reviewers found this proposal excellent in all parts. The Institute of Communication and Computer…
Dr. Angelos Amditis, the Head of I-Sense Research Group, recently participated in the review panel of the programme "Transport" as an evaluator. "Transport" is a programme of the Helmhotz association (http://www.helmholtz.de/en/). The review took place on Monday, 22 April 2013 at the site of the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in…
In an effort to optimize water consumption and to minimize leakages in the Mediterranean region, the AQUAKNIGHT project is deploying smart water meters as part of five pilot actions in Egypt, Jordan, Tunisia, Italy and Cyprus. A first international conference on water leakage, attended by distribution network operators, recently took…
  The AQUAKNIGHT project (http://www.aquaknight.eu) is inviting you to the 1st AQUAKNIGHT International conference “Water Leakage detection solutions in the Mediterrenean basin: the AQUAKNIGHT approach” on 15 May 2013 at Alexandria, Egypt. AQUAKNIGHT responds to the need of all countries in the Mediterranean region to optimize performance of water networks…
  Rapid advances in Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology, in Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS), in lower-power wireless networking and in computation give hopes for a new generation of small, inexpensive, networked sensors that can be distributed on civil and building structures to provide accurate, quantitative information on the structure's physical state…
  ManuVAR is a European 7th Framework project that comprises 18 partner organisations across 8 countries and finished it's activities on 2012. The project's main results has been presented by the Coordinator Dr.  Boris Krassi through his interview at the Horizon Management's monthly newsletter (April 2013 issue). Please find the…
  The European research project interactIVe has achieved key results towards the goal of accident-free traffic, by developing the next generation of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems for safer and more efficient driving. After four years of leading research, we cordially invite you to find out more about these new solutions…
  A European-funded project is promising to completely revolutionise productivity and working environments across Europe, thanks to its newly developed system, which combines product lifecycle management, ergonomics and virtual and augmented reality technology to startling effect.The project, MANUVAR ('Manual work support throughout system lifecycle by exploiting virtual and augmented reality'),…