During this inspiration session, the city cases of Amersfoort and Zwolle will be presented. Companies with relevant technologies are invited to pitch their technology. The purpose of the inspiration session is to inform and inspire cities about potential solutions for their challenges.
To become more circular, Amersfoort is looking into solutions to monitor and control the quality of water discharged by small wastewater treatment (WWT) units, for example constructed wetlands. Amersfoort wants to monitor and control the quality of the water, the water flow, the change in water quality over time and distance and its effect on the surround area, after it is treated and discharged by the small WWT units. Questions they would like to see answered: what solutions are available to monitor and control the water quality discharged after treatment by small WWT units; which technical aspects need to be addressed, and how to guarantee continued monitoring.
The City of Zwolle is proactive in the acceleration of climate adaptation within their city and its region. Towards a more resilient city, Zwolle has an extensive and inclusive project called Sensehagen. Water technology and public participation plays a key role in this project. To address the challenges Zwolle uses various apps and tools. Now they are looking for a system that allows all apps to communicate with one another and that helps to analyse and understand the data collected by the different tools an apps.
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