Will Sarni, Symposium Introduction, The Solutions Journal, Volume 11, Issue 2, May 2020, (https://www.thesolutionsjournal.com/article/symposium-introduction/) Abstract: Innovation is quickly and inevitably changing the way we think and provide infrastructure services. In many sectors, technology is disrupting processes and market structures. The ability to harness solar power at home has the potential to turn consumers of electricity into providers, or “prosumers”. Solar-powered self-driving vehicles are blurring the boundaries between the energy and the transport sectors and is likely to significantly impact citizen mobility in the near future. In the water sector, however, despite the application of many of these new technologies, there are divergent views about the extent to which they have the potential to disrupt the sector. The collection of essays in this volume exemplifies this variety of perspectives. In the first essay, Dr. Glenn Daigger (Professor of Engineering Practice, at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering of the University of Michigan and President and Founder of One Water Solutions, LLC) discusses the … Topics: