** Application Deadline: IoT Enabled Water Quality Sensors Collaboration Opportunity**

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Collaboration Opportunity: IoT Enabled Water Quality Sensors

On behalf of A.O. Smith, Badger Meter, Xylem, and Watts Water, The Water Council is seeking innovative solutions for water quality sensing inline at a pipe without the need for grab samples. IoT enabled technologies (both wired and wireless) are of particular interest.
The solutions may be complete systems, algorithms, or concepts by talented individuals with the focus on optimization of operation, condition assessment, conservation, leak detection, and water quality controls.
Prospective technologies can come from entrepreneurs, university students or researchers, water professionals, private sector or just inventive individuals. Selected applicants will compete for a top prize of $10,000, with potential for joint commercialisation and access to sponsoring companies’ R&D expertise.

Funding Amount
$10,000

Aim
On behalf of A.O. Smith, Badger Meter, Xylem, and Watts Water, The Water Council is managing a Tech Challenge seeking innovative solutions for water quality sensing inline at a pipe without the need for grab samples.

Description
The Water Council is seeking innovative solutions for water quality sensing inline at a pipe without the need for grab samples. IoT enabled technologies (both wired and wireless) are of particular interest.

The solutions may be complete systems, algorithms, or concepts by talented individuals with the focus on optimization of operation, condition assessment, conservation, leak detection, and water quality controls.

Parameters of interest include, but are not limited to:

Flow
Pressure
Temperature
Hardness
Pathogens

Who can apply
Prospective technologies can come from entrepreneurs, university students or researchers, water professionals, private sector or just inventive individuals. Selected applicants compete for a top prize of $10,000, potential for joint commercialization and access to sponsoring companies’ R&D expertise.

About The Water Council
Based in Milwaukee, USA, the Water Council’s mission, is to drive economic growth in the world’s water hub through partnership, talent, innovation and stewardship programs for the water industry. We champion connections in the global water community through business, academia and Government and non-profit organisations.

Next Steps
If this is of interest to you, please CONNECT through konfer, we are open to any and all discussions and welcome your interest.

Details

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7 November
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