London, United Kingdom, March 02, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- The roll-out of smart water meters across the UK and many parts of Europe has brought attention to challenges such as increases in water demand, meter reading issues and a need for customer focused approaches - the SMi's Smart Water Systems Conference (25 - 26 April, London, UK) will be a one-stop "shop" to get the latest updates and take a focused look into the evolving smart technology and digital developments in the water industry, from the views of regulators, utility companies and solution providers to find solutions to some of these highlighted challenges, and more.
Spotlight on - delivery of complex data in an operational environment – can new technology make our life easier?
SMi's Smart Water Systems Conference will welcome the expertise of Gary Smith, Head of Integrated Management Systems and Asset Information and Ben Evans, Data Governance Manager at Dwr Cymru Welsh Water when they present a Case Study on company's award-winning move to “smart” for Operational Colleagues using augmented (AR) and virtual reality (VR), answering such topical questions, as:
- Considering the future of smart systems through new technology and how this can aid our asset management and information systems?
- What impact does the move to smart technologies have on our data management operations?
- How we are harnessing new technologies to get the most usable and useful data to meet our future visions?
This unmissable Case Study will be delivered on the Day 2 of the Smart Water Systems Conference.
Exclusive interview with Ben Evans available in the Download Centre of the SMi's Smart Water Systems Conference website.
Plus, not be missed - Pre-conference interactive workshop (24th April) on data driven approaches to managing water networks hosted by Artesia Consulting.
Visit the website for further details and book to attend http://www.smart-water-systems.com/prcom
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Smart Water Systems Conference | 25 - 26 April 2018 | London, UK