As part of the Erasmus+ SmartWB (www.smartwb.ucg.ac.me) activities, the inter-project coaching event was held at the Technische Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe (THOWL) in Germany from June 13 to 14, 2024. 

The event was designed to foster knowledge exchange and cross-disciplinary collaboration between various scientific and education projects, leading to enriched research outcomes and more comprehensive educational approaches.

During the event, Vuk Milosevic, a team member of the WATERLINE project from the University of Nis, outlined the project’s structure and goals, virtual reality application and importance for the recognition of digital water. By integrating advanced technologies like virtual reality, projects like WATERLINE are setting new standards for how digital tools can be leveraged for educational and practical purposes in water management.