9th May 2017 17:30
Part of the Skoll Centre's Research for Action Seminar Series Alex Fischer, Smith School of Enterprise and Environment Heloise Greeff, Institute of Biomedical Engineering (Since 2010, the Smith School has collaborated with Engineering Sciences in a programme of impact research and implementation designing and testing mobile technologies to improve water resource management and water service delivery.
The work has included the design and successful launch of Smart Handpumps and Wireless Water to model water payment behaviours to improve urban utility financial performance. Partners from leading mobile technology companies and urban water utilities are joined by UNICEF and the UN International Telecommunications Union, which leads an inter-governmental ‘smart water management’ group on which Dr Hope is vice Chair.)
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