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WWT Smart Water Networks Conference

21st March 2019 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

The increased drive to understand infrastructure in real time and pre-empt network issues have become an essential aspect to providing a resilient and improved service to the customer. So how will this affect water company’s investment in smart technology to better optimise the networks?

Taking place on 21 March in Birmingham, the 2019 WWT Smart Water Networks Conference & Exhibition is the only dedicated event for senior water and wastewater professionals improving decision making through smart technologies and data solutions.

Expert speakers include:

  • Bruno De Man, Executive director, Smart City Council Europe
  • Trevor Bishop, Director strategy and planning, Ofwat
  • Frank Rogalla, Director of innovation and technology, FCC Aqualia
  • Nial Grimes, Head of architecture, Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water
  • Martin Jackson, Head of IS strategy, Northumbrian Water
  • Eva Martinez, Head of smart water initiatives, FCC Aqualia
  • Mark Kaney, Director asset management (Europe), Black & Veatch
  • Andrea Emilio Rizzoli, Senior researcher, IDSIA
  • Dr Michael Strahand, Managing director, ATi
  • Jamie Cudden, Smart city program manager, Dublin City Council

 Attend this CPD-certified event to:

  • Explore the advantages of AI to predict your customers water usage
  • Work towards a solution to achieving zero leakage
  • Make IoT central to your smart infrastructure development strategy
  • Understand the role of smart water networks in wider smart city development
  • Collaborate with the public sector to extend digital expertise across the industry
  • Develop your strategy for innovation through new regulatory frameworks

As a supporter, we can offer our members a 15% booking discount; Register Now and simply quote promo code FWA15 


21st March 2019
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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The Birmingham Conference And Events Centre
Hill Street
Birmingham, B5 4EW
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