Laboratory DEEP at INSA Lyon is partner in the Co-UDlabs project (Building Collaborative Urban Drainage research labs communities), funded under the European Horizon 2020 programme.
INSAVALOR is supporting the DEEP Laboratory in the management of this project.
The main aim of CO-UDlabs project is to integrate research and innovation activities in the field of Urban Drainage Systems (UDS) to provide opportunities for pervasive monitoring of water quality, UDS performance and smart and open data approaches.
The Co-UDlabs consortium comprises 4 Universities (University of A Coruña (Spain), University of Sheffield (UK), INSA Lyon (France) and Aalborg University (Denmark), all with world-class urban water research groups, combined with 3 leading national research institutes (Deltares (Netherlands), EAWAG (Switzerland) and IKT (Germany). The consortium also includes GRAIE, a non-profit organization with proven abilities in creating partnerships between industry, water utilities, policy-makers and the researchers from public institutions, and the specialized multi-sectorial SME EURONOVIA.