Smart Water Grid technology with diversification of water resources
|09:30 - 09:50(20’)||Prospects for Developing “Smart Water Grid” Projects in the Northern Area of Vietnam||Mr. Nguyen Chi Nghia, Vice Director General,
National center for Water resources Planning and Investigation,
|09:50 - 10:10(20’)||Potential for Smart Water Implementation in Indonesia||Mr. Danang Hadisuryo, Deputy Director of Ministry of Public Works and Housing, Indonesia|
|10:10 - 10:30(20’)||A Brief History of Water Resources Policy in Japan, and its Recent Developments||Mr. Tatsuo Hamaguchi, Adviser,
Hazama Ando Corporation,
|10:30 - 10:50(20’)||How Water Authorities Apply Water Sector Strategy and CIP on Our Projects/Studies||Eng.Samaher Al Akhrass,
Assistant Secretary General,
Water Authority of Jordan (WAJ),
|10:50 - 11:10(20’)||Strategy and Implementation of Smart Water Grid in Korea||Prof. SangHo Lee, Professor,
Kookmin University, Korea
|11:10 - 11:30(20’)||Korea's Water Management Outlook and Role of the Government||Dr. JinSuhk Suh,
K-Water Institute, Korea
|11:30 - 12:00(30’)||Group Discussion||Mr. Sangyoung Park, Water Resources and Project
Management Specialist, Asian Development Bank, Indonesia
Prospects for Developing “Smart Water Grid” Projects in the Northern Area of Vietnam (Mr. Nguyen Chi Nghia, National center for Water resources Planning and Investigation, Vietnam)
Mr. Nguyen was absent.
Potential for Smart Water Implementation in Indonesia (Mr. Danang Hadisuryo, Ministry of Public Works and Housing, Indonesia)
Mr. Danang introduced status of national water management and current water Issues in Indonesia. He explained about future plan, policies, strategies and priorities set by the Indonesian government. New project development and implementation procedure is to be followed was also discussed and finally, he concluded with desired field of cooperation with SWG Korea.
A Brief History of Water Resources Policy in Japan, and its Recent Developments (Mr. Tatsuo Hamaguchi, Hazama Ando Corporation, Japan)
Mr. Hamaguchi explained about Japan's Recent Water Policy and Development Status. He also talked on status of waterworks and recently applied technology. Japan’s water supply modernization plan, water related government and local government’s role was also put in discussion. At the end of his presentation he pointed out the possible desired filed of cooperation with Korea.
How Water Authorities Apply Water Sector Strategy and CIP on Our Projects/Studies( Eng.Samaher Al Akhrass, Water Authority of Jordan (WAJ), Jordan)
Ongoing and proposed projects in Indonesia with multi-water resources usage and ICT Technologies, annual water sector investment amount and finance source (government, MDB, ODA, PPP) were introduced by Eng. Samaher. She also briefly explained about new project development and implementation procedure and internal approval procedure for registration in national project list. Finally, she highlighted current priorities for water management system improvement in Indonesia by application of smart water management technology.
Strategy and Implementation of Smart Water Grid in Korea (Prof. Lee Sang Hoe, Kookmin University, Korea)
Prof. Lee presented about Strategy and Implementation of Smart Water Grid in Korea. He also explained about the key technologies that are being used by NSSWGRG, Korea. He showed the demonstration plant of implementing SWG as well. Finally he raised some key restraints against SWG.
Korea's Water Management Outlook and Role of the Government (Dr. Suh Jin Suhk, K-Water Institute, Korea)
Final speaker of the session Dr. Suh talked about the K- water’s case studies on implementation of Smart Water Management in Korea.
The TIP Platform successfully made global discussion on practical solutions to SWG at various scales and provided practical and innovative guidelines for those who seek for practical know-hows and lessons resulted from successful implementation of SWG. The TIP Platform was able to share professional experiences from different countries about the latest technologies and methodologies (Sensors, AMI, AI, IoT, big data etc.,) and to share best practices and research advances in the field of SWG technology (Focusing on use of multi- water resources).
Participants agreed on developing Smart water networks for collective action based on international cooperation and provided practical advice for the future projects and collaborative works. In addition, the participants and speakers highlighted the issues on SWG implementation with possible solutions in developing and managing water resources, and agreed on significance of common responsibilities of all stakeholders in contribution to SWG field and its implementation.
4 international and 2 domestic renowned experts were invited as speakers from different organizations, academia, institutions, corporations and more than 40 participants actively participated in the session. Session organizer, speakers and participants shared their ideas and thoughts on appropriate and innovative technologies as well as diversification of multi water sources, a key technology of SWG.