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Some of the potential subjects to be addressed by the journal include:

Real time monitoring

  • Specially Real Time Networks Monitoring including AMR (automated meter reading);
  • Installation of leak detectors in the network;
  • Real time quality management (disinfectant, turbidity, pH, temperature, conductivity, RedOx, etc.);
  • Sensors at all POU (Points Of Use);
  • Real time information of customers and stakeholders;
  • Related technologies such as SCADA, GIS, telecommunications, sensors (especially low cost sensors), inverse models, decision support systems.

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  • Leakage reduction in distribution networks,
  • Improving water efficiency in cities

Asset Management and Field Work Management

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Energy Efficiency

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  • Tools for energy saving in treatment plants;
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  • Monitoring and control of heat recovery in wastewater
  • Tools for Smart Metering / Smart Pricing (e.g. condition-based tariffs).

Water efficiency

  • Improving water efficiency in cities
  • Improving water efficiency in agriculture, including detection of illegal abstraction
  • Eco-system and land-use management in perspective of project scope and available resources
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