Program of the ResiWater Demonstration Event

09:30-10:00   Registration
10:00-10:20   Welcome session by Fereshte Sedehizade & Olivier Piller
  • The ResiWater project consortium objectives
10:20-10:55   Water utility crisis scenarios and vulnerability assessments
  • Berlin BWB needs and vulnerability assessments by Fereshte Sedehizade
  • Strasbourg CUS needs and vulnerability assessments by Marc Baruthio
  • Paris VEDIF needs and vulnerability assessment by Cédric Féliers
10:55-11:15   Key performance indicators and resilience for crisis scenarios by Olivier Piller
11:15-11:30   Coffee break
11:30-12:00   Pipe burst or fire hydrant opening scenarios and responses
  • Impact of a molar flooding event on the CUS water distribution by Marc Baruthio
  • Innovative low-cost sensor system by Jean-Bernard Bardiaux
  • Questions from audience
12:00-12:30   Robust modeling by Jochen Deuerlein
  • Description of the robust modeling framework and uncertainty quantification
  • Response for Berlin Pumping station failure
  • Training simulator
12:30-13:00   Visit of the test field by TZW
13:00-14:00   Lunch Time and Networking
14:00-14:30   Sensors and Sensor Network for Water quality Monitoring
  • AquaBiotoX biosensor by Andreas Jacubasch and Iris Trick
  • Spectroscopic Sensors and Sensor network by Martin Wagner
14:30-15:00   Description of the Alarm Tools
  • The data-driven approach for monitoring by Nicolas Cheifetz
  • The developed web-based platform by Christian Kühnert
  • Live demonstration
15:00-15:15   Coffee break
15:15-15:45   Cyber security and regulation law
  • Cyber Security by David Meier
  • Regulation Laws by Fereshte Sedehizade
  • Questions from audience
15:45-16:15   Cost and benefit assessments
  • Internal cost analysis of crisis by Caty Werey
  • Survey on willingness-to-pay for cyber and physical protection by Bénédicte Rulleau
  • Questions from audience
16:15-16:45   End-user Feedback and Outlook