With the development of Wasser 3.0, not only the problem of progressive water contamination should be actively remedied, but rather, at the same time, also a lighthouse project for the sustainable protection of the resource water should be installed through collaborative cooperation between universities, SME partners as well as non-government organizations (NGO) and government departments in the respective transfer countries.
Particularly in the sub-Saharan region, existing innovation potential should be shown and new potential developed. In addition, the regional and supra-regional network competence should be strengthened and new action fields initiated for bordering nations.
Through the close cooperation of the cooperation partners in the areas of research and education, a high quality cross-value-chain consortium arises, which supports the integrative approach.
In this context, tailored means that each SME partner introduces their expertise to the R&D areas and takes over practical module support in the area of postgraduate training with the help of the university instructions. Thanks to this close interlocking connection a cooperative approach characterized by high individual initiative results. The continuity and reliability of the project partners are ensured through optimally coordinated project controlling and transparently structured by means of milestones.