Smart ICT for water forum

Water is a vital resource for life, and for the economy. Nowadays, one of the most serious challenges to solve is to manage the water scarcity. Current water management ICT systems are supported by specific vendor equipment, without considering any interoperability standards. The lack of standardization among producer’s water ICT equipment hinders proper monitoring and control systems, resulting in low efficiency in water distribution and consumption, system’s maintenance and improvement, and failure identification. Therefore, to discuss and propose a smart water management models for integrating the Internet and make specific vendor equipment interoperable and manageable in a water domain management in a homogeneous way, we are proud to hold an IoT Forum at the occasion of the 6th Vietnam International Water Week-VACI2018 4-8 Mar 2018

Meeting plan in detail Order Estimated lead time (min) Presentation / Discussion topic Confirmed speakers
1 10 Opening remark Dr. Tong Ngoc Thanh, DG of NAWAPI/MONRE
2 10 The Beat Sensors technology for water monitoring Prof. Koichiro Ishibashi, The University of Electro-Communications
3 10 Wireless water monitoring systems A/Prof. Le Trung Thanh, Dean od International School Vietnam National University
10 Korean Smart Water grid Dr. Jin Suk, K-Water, Korea
10 IOT for early drought monitoring and warnings Dr. Hoang Van Phuc, Deputy head of Department, Military Technical Academy
10 Database and Information protal for managing wastewater in mining site: A Case study of NuiPhao Mining Dr. Tran Minh , Vice Precident of Hanoi Software development Insitute
 Dr. Tong Ngoc Thanh, DG of NAWAPI/MONRE
 Prof. Koichiro Ishibashi, The University of Electro-Communications
 A/Prof. Le Trung Thanh, Dean od International School Vietnam National University
 Dr. Jin Suk, K-Water, Korea
 Dr. Hoang Van Phuc, Deputy head of Department, Military Technical Academy
 Dr. Tran Minh , Vice Precident of Hanoi Software development Insitute

Prof. Kyung-Taek Yum, email: kwfyum@gmail.com, International Commission on Large Dams (ICOLD)