Water Systems and Services
The Water Systems and Services Innovation Centre (WSSIC) is located at Nimbus Centre, and is a joint venture with Cork City and Cork County Councils. WSSIC is an expert resource in modernizing Ireland’s water infrastructure by developing state-of-the-art water systems and services. WSSIC is participating in national research projects with the aim of reducing waste and water contamination, and to facilitate water recovery and reuse. WSSIC is also involved in developing systems for flood prevention. The Centre links closely with Irish businesses to innovate and solve recognised water-sector problems. WSSIC acts as the research and development arm of SME companies that do not have the skills or capacity to develop their innovative water ideas.
Nimbus Centre Focus
The Water Systems and Services Innovation Centre offers technical expertise to companies looking to develop water services and products. WSSIC harnesses cutting-edge technology in water quality monitoring, leakage reporting & repair, waste water management, and remote monitoring, to develop end to end solutions for the water sector.
WSSIC is recognised as a leading international hub for innovation in water based technologies. Alongside developing more efficient water services and monitoring processes, WSSIC is a catalyst for the creation of new Irish-based enterprise while furthering Ireland’s clean environment agenda. WSSIC engages with key players in the water industry, providing technical guidance in the development of the Irish strategy on water.
Water Innovation Projects
For any water-related project collaborations
Please contact Kevin Fitzgibbon, Water Systems & Services Innovations Centre Coordinator