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Lead Partner: Wetsus, European Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Water Technology
The iWATERMAP project focuses on suporting the innovation policies in water technology sector, helping to increase the critical mass of innovation ecosystems in partner regions in this sector. The critical mass in innovation ecosystem approach means that all the necessary elements for innovation ecosystem are identified and put in place stage by stage, such as academia and business cooperation, cross-cluster fertilization, interregional networks and cooperation, science and education, thus ensuring stable and sustainable development of the system. The Project has selected the water technology sector as a focus area. The importance of the sector lies in its ability to help to address societal challenges related to water resource management - water scarcity, efficiency, use in other industrial sectors, resource recovery from waste water and waste water treatment etc. The sector has a large potential for generating innovative products and services which can be exported, thus also contributing to the creation of growth and jobs in the region. Overall Project objective is to improve innovation policies for enhancing the critical mass development of innovation ecosystems in the water technology sector. Reaching the critical mass in innovation will allow partner regions in future to rise above their own weight in innovation development, creating the conditions for raising competitiveness, growth and jobs in the regions. Project will address 7 policy instruments by assessments, learning sessions, roadmaps, action plan development, good practice identification and sharing and involvement of regional stakeholder groups. One of its main outputs will be preparation of roadmaps (3) for reaching the critical mass in ecosystem innovation in the sector. There are 9 partners and 7 regions participating in the Project from NL, LV, PT, ES, EL, RO and CZ, thus combining a leading regions in innovation (NL) with moderate (CZ, LV, ES, PT, EL) and modest (RO) innovators. Read here the joined iWATERMAP assasment methodoloy 
Lead Partner: Association Regio Water
The waterway regions involved in SWARE all share unique natural and cultural heritage: protected areas with rich biodiversity and a bunch of enticing historic cities and buildings connected to water. These amenities make them more and more attractive for leisure activities resulting in an ever growing number of visitors (30-50% increase in the past 10 years) which causes tensions with heritage conservation aspects. All SWARE partners recognize that the socio-economic future of their regions is fundamentally depending on finding the synergies between preserving the cultural and natural values for the next generations and at the same time "opening their gates" with a controlled visitor management. By demonstrating the economic value that a „green” leisure industry can bring to a region, it can build strong public and political support both for heritage protection and sustainable valorisation thereof. What SWARE strives for is achieving a better balance between protection and sustainable exploitation of the valuable natural and cultural resources through improving the development programmes and policies of the partner regions, based on the transfer of good practices of other participating regions. Partners share the common bottleneck of fragmented governance structures without proper cooperation forms, therefore SWARE will stimulate the establishment of new participatory governance schemes having a much better potential to implement efficient policies contributing to the sustainable regional development. As an overall result, decision-makers, public and private players, as well as inhabitants will gain a better knowledge and commitment towards protecting and sustainably “using” their environmental and cultural assets.
Charm PCP has challenged the market to develop innovative traffic management modules that fit within a new, flexible, common architecture for traffic centers.
Location: West Midlands, United Kingdom
Project: iBuy
The project defines and designs a large road junction as a precious connection from a morphological, environmental and urban point of view.
Location: Umbria, Italy (Italia)
Project: UL2L
The uncovering of The River Aarhus. The river was covered between 1933-57. It was uncovered from 1992-2015 to create recreational areas along an open canal.
Location: Midtjylland, Denmark (Danmark)
Project: WaVE
Closed water circulation in municipal swimming pools using diatomaceous earth filtration and UV lamps.
Location: Łódzkie, Poland (Polska)
Project: AQUARES
Solar photocatalysis process employed for inactivation of microorganisms and removal of micro-contaminants in air and sewage via photocatalytic nanomaterials.
Location: Κρήτη, Greece (Ελλαδα)
Project: TANIA
The Stockholm Solution is newly used in Austrian Cities and Towns and provides an integrated approach to trees and infrastructure within dense areas.
Location: Steiermark, Austria (Österreich)
Project: PERFECT
THESEUS project aims to develop planning sustainable solutions for natural heritage: erosion & coastal flood management, from an holistic point of view.
Location: Emilia-Romagna, Italy (Italia)
Project: WaVE
A water polishing process using a four-barrier treatment which converts treated water into crop-safe water to be used by the agriculture industry.
Location: Malta, Malta
Project: AQUARES