IWRA is glad to announce the publication of the joint Smart Water Management (SWM) Case Study Report in collaboration with K-water. This report showcases 10 SWM case studies from around the world, and 9 upcoming SWM projects from both developed and developing countries, to demonstrate the potential for SWM in both developed and developing countries. The report provides an in depth look at how these SWM projects were implemented, the enabling factors and potential barriers faced, and how SWM can assist with achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Based on cross case analysis, the report looks at the potential for SWM replication and scalability, and provides policy recommendations to assist decision-makers with supporting future SWM implementation.
Access below the full SWM report as well as the collection of case studies, individual text boxes, and a shorter version of the SWM report:
– The full report in high resolution (89 MB)
– The full report in low resolution (21 MB)
– The brief report (Executive Summary, Introduction, Analysis/Discussion, Conclusion and References)
The Executive Summary of this report was previously launched at KIWW 2018 on September 14th in a highly engaged session focusing on “Smart Water Management Case Study Lessons from Around the World” with speakers and panellists from IWRA, K-water, IWA, the University of South Australia, and Gomal Damaan Area Water Partnership. The session presented the key findings from the SWM project, including sharing four case studies from the report.