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Workshop: Data and decision making in the water sector

May 8, 2018

The water ecosystem, including utilities, municipalities, commercial consumers and residents, each have different needs and access to water related information. Decision Support Systems are a fundamental aspect for helping us better integrate and understand data. Whether it’s data for Water Quality, Metering, Weather Forecasting or Projection Modelling, we need data for making intelligent, cost-effective, and environmentally sounds decisions. Real-time and IoT-based technology is the driving innovative force. Join the NY Blue Tech network for a peek into cutting-edge technology that is revolutionizing our decision-making capabilities.

 

 Using the NYC Superfund site Newton Creek as a real world case study, participants will be challenged to provide their own insight for solving water management issues related to one of NYC’s most abused waterbodies. Join the NY Blue Tech network for a peek into cutting-edge technology that is revolutionizing our decision-making capabilities. Using the NYC Superfund site Newton Creek as a real world case study, participants will be challenged to provide their own insight for solving water management issues related to one of NYC’s most abused waterbodies.

 

 

FACILITATORS:

 

Klaus Christensen
Project Director
Danish Cleantech Hub
Klaus Lehn Christensen is the Director of Danish Cleantech Hub and responsible for partnership outreach, conferences, workshops, delegation visits and market analysis. Mr. Christensen has a public and private sector background with a focus on cleantech. Before relocating to New York in 2014, he worked with Smart Cities for Denmark’s Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, and was co-founder of an export consultancy focused on Danish Cleantech solutions for the US market.

 

John Brock
Policy Analyst, Bureau of Environmental Planning and Analysis
NYCDEP 

John Brock is a Policy Analyst at the NYC DEP in the Bureau of Environmental Planning and Analysis where he primarily focuses on integrated water management and resiliency efforts. Prior to joining NYC DEP, John worked for the NYC Mayor’s Office of Housing Recovery Operations as an Assistant Borough Director. With a background in environmental science and urban planning, John holds a M.S. from Pratt Institute in Urban Environmental Systems Management.

 

 

PRESENTERS:

 

Eric Fontenot 

Head of Department, Urban Water, DHI Group


Gabriel Foreman 
President, Duro Workforce


Peter Scheer 

CEO, SEMiLLA Sanitation Hubs


John Tillema
Founder / CTO, TWTG


George Efstatos
Regional Sales Manager Northeast, Kamstrup

 

 

 

The Workshop took place at:

 

 

Urban Future Lab

 

15 MetroTech Ctr. 19th Floor,

Brooklyn, NY 11202

 

 

For more details on the event, click here:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/data-and-decision-making-in-the-water-sector-tickets-44970863062#

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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