This workshop is organized in partnership with
December 10, 2020 | 1:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
The Poles and Clusters work on a daily basis and all the more so in this period of health crisis, to support our territories, our companies and our educational and research establishments in the setting up of events or meetings conducive to exchanges and the development of innovative projects.
Always keen to support our public and private partners, we are offering you an afternoon of discussions dedicated to the digitization of the water networks of the Parisian metropolis. Our objective will be to respond to the main challenges:
• asset management of infrastructures,
• implementation of management plans,
• precise digital knowledge of the location of the structures.
This workshop will be dematerialized and will take place by videoconference. The link will be communicated to the registrants (all the visios of the event will be recorded for the drafting of the CRs.)
Communities and managers of sanitation and drinking water networks want to improve knowledge, management of their infrastructure and the safety of the sanitation and drinking water networks they are responsible for.
Since 2012, they have also been affected by the anti-damage reform with the obligation to register their networks on the one-stop-shop and to define the areas where its structures are located (ZIO). The digitization and systematic georeferencing of networks are becoming a necessary step for the filing of ZIOs on the Single Window.
Its new needs and regulations will require the implementation of innovations and digital tools for digitization and digital management, also including data modeling, technical calculations and their integration into the BIM and GIS of communities.
The implementation of these innovations and technical solutions will also have to resolve issues specific to this digitization of networks:
• Interoperability of data on the various tools and databases, accounting with existing GIS and databases
• Digital interconnection of networks (interface between 2 different network managers, pb of connections to be digitized)
• DICP geolocation details and Precision Classes: objective of Class A heritage data collection by 2026
• Establishment of a master plan for the rehabilitation of networks (physical condition)
The ambition of this workshop will be to bring together the Departments and Territories expressing their feedback and their needs allowing companies and researchers to present their solutions and their expertise. More generally, these exchanges between public and private actors will allow us to bring out and fully understand the problems and expectations but also the coherence of the various solutions and innovations.
The first phase of the workshop will revolve around exchanges between experts, companies, unions and communities located in the 4 departments of the Parisian Metropolis on needs, feedback and problems encountered
The second phase of discussions will be held in small online round tables on more specific needs and on the solutions proposed by companies and research centers.
1:30 p.m. | Welcome and test your connections
2:00 p.m. | Introduction by networks of Ile-de-France players in the measurement, digital and environmental sectors: Cap Digital, Réseau Mesure and Cluster Eau Milieux Sols Paris Ile-de-France.
2:15 p.m. | Subject introduced by the DRIEE:Uses of the digitization of sanitation networks and associated regulatory tests.
2:30 p.m. | Presentation of practices, feedback and the needs of the territories, the metropolis, in particular the departments of Seine-Saint-Denis and Val-de-Marne
3:45 p.m. I Roundtables with presentations of activities and solutions by companies and research center
5.30 p.m. | Conclusion
Continuity of the events already organized at the EMS Cluster with the partners Réseau Mesure and Cap Digital in the digital domain for the management of urban water:
Interpole and Cluster workshop on January 22, 2020: Metrology in urban water management
EMS cluster: email@example.com 0779318040
Cap Digital: firstname.lastname@example.org 06 19 16 56 86
Network Measure: email@example.com 06 51 05 08 80