Session 1

topic 1: Best practices in IAM (10 presentations)

1: Innovation in the water sector: opportunities, barriers and instruments towards a modern water service

Jon Røstum

2: Implementation of asset management at the utility level – initiatives for the future improvement

Takayuki Sawai

3: Knowledge creation through the implementation of an infrastructure management methodology

Joao Feliciano

4: Asset life cycle management in Finnish water industry: Decision-making, strategies, systems and practices

Riikka Rajala

5: Development & Implementation of an Asset Management Business Planning Model as a Decision Support Tool for Public Utilities and Local Governments in South-Eastern Europe

Oliver Nachevski

6: DiVA as instrument for IAM adoption in managing the Norwegian urban water service.

Tore Leland-Try

7: Optimal DMA design based on the WDN-oriented modularity index: a real case application

Rita M Ugarelli

8: Infrastructure Asset Management – Maturity Assessment of Water Utilities Based on International Standards ISO 55000

Maria Adriana Cardoso

9: Crowdsourcing infrastructure asset management data and analysis results

Sergio T Coelho

10: Assessment of the quality of service provided to users of the water services in Portugal: revision of the infrastructure asset knowledge and management index

Margarida Monte


Session 2

topic 2: Short and long-term planning (9 presentations)

1: Asset Management at Yokohama Waterworks Bureau

Takahiro Yokokawa

2: Support tools to predict the critical structural condition of uninspected sewer pipes in Bogota d.c.

Natalie Hernández

3: An evaluation of the performance of sewer deterioration models in Germany and Colombia

Nicolas Caradot

4: The Portuguese water sector: let’s journey to sustainability

Rita Amaral

5: Rehabilitation needs in water utilities – asset useful life adjustment and infrastructure value index assessment

Rita Almeida

6: Optimal intervention program determination of a water distribution system

Sean Kerwin

7: Every water utility in Sweden will have a rehabilitation plan for the water and wastewater networks by 2018 - a tool to fulfil the mission

Annika Malm

8: Rehabilitation practices and strategies of Norwegian water utilities

Stian Bruaset

9: On the potential of integrated multi-utility asset management in urban water management

Franz Tscheikner-Gratl


Session 3

topic 1: Best practices in IAM (3 presentations)
topic 2: Short and long-term planning (4 presentations)

1: Sustainability analysis of the sewer network of Trondheim City in Norway by Dynamic Metabolism Modeling

Maryam Beheshti

2: Asset management of nature-based solutions: What information to collect for maintenance management- Application in Trondheim, Norway

Edvard Sivertsen

3: Protecting water resources by implementation water safety plans

Mohammed Reza Mohebbi

4: Research and operational needs to improve the asset management of stormwater control measures

Caty Werey

5: Coordinated long term planning of sewer and water mains rehabilitation

Youen Pericault

6: Asset management planning delivered through an integrated urban watershed modelling approach

Arne Svendsen

7: Trusting CCTV reports? An exploratory study of operators’ ability to detect and recognize defects

Frédéric Cherqui


Session 4

topic 3: Advanced data management (4 presentations)
topic 4: Innovative technologies (3 presentations)

1: Pressure analytics in asset management applications

Didier Sinapah

2: Automated Image Learning to Improve Sewer Pipeline Inspections

Tiia Lampola

3: An autonomous inspection robot for underground water mains

Maurits Maks

4: Cloud Based Analytics for Continuous Tracking and Reporting on Sewer Inflow and Infiltration in Helsinki

Morten Grum

5: Advances in the Practical Applicability of DTS: the Use of Pre-Fitted Connectors

Jeroen Langeveld

6: World’s first autonomous dig less water connection

Dag Hansen

7: Advanced method to assess wastewater pump

Michael Pöhler


Session 5

topic 5: Water and wastewater utility energy management (5 presentations)
topic 6: Advanced economic modelling (1 presentation)

1: Strategic thinking needed for tackling the challenge of aging water services infrastructure

Tapio S Katko

2: Exploring assessment systems for water loss and energy diagnosis and prioritisation of analysis areas

Helena Alegre

3: Water Pressure Surveying in Yokohama City for Studying Future Plans

Yusako Shibata

4: Analysis of energy efficiency solutions in water supply systems

Helena Alegre

5: Optimization of network blueprints: application of Gondwana to a real-life network

Ina Vertommen

6: Rehabilitation cost modelling of water supply infrastructures

Marta Cabral


Session 6

topic 2: Short and long-term planning (6 presentations)

1: PIPEiD (PIPELINE infrastructure DATABASE) for Water and Wastewater Pipeline Infrastructure Asset Management

Sunil Sinha

5: A pipe deterioration model based on dynamic explanatory variables

Ángela Martínez-Codina

3: UKNOW - a framework to assess the need for pipe inspection and pipe replacement

Mirjam Blokker

4: Review on seven years of uniform failure registration (USTORE)

Andreas Moerman

5: How to use pipe inspection data to validate pipe replacement decisions

Claudia Agudelo-vera:

6: Pipe-works: Sharing knowledge on condition assessment technologies for mains

Ralph Beuken


Session 7

topic 2: Short and long-term planning (1 presentation)
topic 6: Advanced economic modelling (2 presentations)
topic 7: consumers expectations (1 presentation)

1: Sewer asset management: impact of the sample on inspection and rehabilitation program, and on budget allocation provisions

Mehdi Ahmadi

2: Value-Based Decision Making

Boudewijn Neijens

3: Assessing residents’ preferences for sewer network asset management in France

Benedicte Rulleau

4: Cost benefit analysis for water network resilience assessment

Caty Werey


Session 8

topic 8: Risk assessment and resilience (6 presentations)

1: Cyber risk for water infrastructure

Martin Gilje Jaatun

2: Governance of urban water services. A new framework of analysis

Manuel Franco-Torres

3: Resilience planning in the UK water sector and novel application of simulation tools for quantifying resilience needs

Paul Conroy

4: A holistic application methodology to increase the resilience of urban wastewater structures

Raja-Louisa Mitchell

5: Assessment of risks that can affect a regional water supply system

Antonio Fortunato

6: Flood risk management in small catchments and urban areas with a Klima 2050 perspective

Rita M Ugarelli



IWA - International Water Association Norwegian University of Science and Technology