Required to help a network of Northern Ireland SME’s explore how to incorporate digital technologies into their business offering, which may have the potential to help customers deliver operational efficiencies and reduce their carbon emissions footprint, primarily in the Water, Waste Water and Agri-Food sectors.
Invest NI has established a Collaborative Network addressing the Water and Wastewater industries in Northern Ireland
The members include Charles Brand – Hydrogen Electrolyser trials at Kinnegar Waste Water Treatment Works; Northern Innovation – Investigations for borehole water; Stormharvester – Predictive analytics of wastewater; Anaeko – Use of AI for analysing water data; Water Technik – Advanced auger systems for sludge dewatering; Enisca – Design and installation of Aerator systems
Other participating stakeholder organisations: Camlin Photonics, EU Water Test Network and NI Water
Hence the Water Innovation Collaborative Network wish to appoint a facilitator to undertake a 10 month scoping project to develop a strategic action plan.
Completed and signed Terms of Reference/MOU’s document relevant to the network.
Report on Water/Agri Food sector outlining constraints and market drivers
An agreed process/report for Network member carbon emission recording as per industry requirements
Network and Stakeholder GAP/SWOT Analysis report including training requirements
Referencing of network skillsets, a market overview report into GB, ROI, EU and Rest of World opportunities
Summary of disruptive and enabling technologies, for integration into the collective network offering, with appropriate target sector Value Propositions detailed
This is a new role in Stormharvester, created to lead on project design and delivery in our Smart Drainage division, providing technical support to our partners; and assisting with creating technical presentations for engineers.
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