Big Data in water management
Climate-Kic announced the results of Pathfinder Ideator Programme which is designed to enable the collaboration of research and business stakeholders, who can bring their different perspectives together to ensure the innovation idea achieves real climate benefit and is a viable innovation proposition. Novel project at Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformatics aims at mobile data exploration for the thorough understanding of citizen behaviour patterns, which are reflected by mobility flows as well as demand for water which will lead to optimising the use of water in the city.
The outcome of the project will be the analytical geo-vis platform which enables dynamical visualization of spatio-temporal data. The results are mainly dedicated to projects’ industry partner Municipal Water and Sewerage Company.
The team of scientists: Katarzyna Kopańczyk (project leader, IGiG), Wiesław Fiałkiewicz (IIŚ), Barbara Kasieczka (IGiG), Kamil Smolak (IGiG), Katarzyna Siła-Nowicka (UBDC-UG) will be working on this innovative idea for 6 months.