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European research project to use smart technology to tackle global water issues

A new £ 660 million European project will see smart technologies and state-of-the-art sensors used to help tackle global water challenges and create a new generation of researchers.

Birmingham City University and Greek technology firm Singular Logic have been handed €761,644 (£ 665,966) by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Networks scheme. Continue reading “European research project to use smart technology to tackle global water issues”

New job opportunities of Early Stage Researchers for IoT4Win project

The research project IoT4Win Grant Agreement focuses on advanced sensors and IoT technology for water and environment monitoring and control.IoT4Win will exploit the synergies between smart sensor, ICT; intelligent data processing; water distribution system knowledge and social sciences through multilateral relationships between academia; technology providers and water suppliers in the public and private sector. Continue reading “New job opportunities of Early Stage Researchers for IoT4Win project”