London, United Kingdom, January 11, 2020 --(PR.com
)-- Over the past 12 months, smart water meters have been rolled out across Europe and the UK, with positive results as the technology provides good service to customers, predicts and prevents leakages which in turn provides data to forecast supply and demand.
On Day Two of the agenda at SMi’s 9th annual Smart Water Systems conference there will be a special focus on smart metering. Tom Allen, Data and Insight Manager at Thames Water Utilities, will discuss "Smart Water Metering – Good idea to good delivery."
Andy Clowes, Head of Customer Insight and Strategy from South East Water, focuses on how using metering the company are revolutionising the water industry by detecting and preventing leaks, reducing environmental impact and ensuring a resilient service for its customers.
While Doug Spencer, Head of Smart Metering, Anglian Water, reviews available data on UK smart metering; outcomes from the recent AW proof of concept trials and quantification of benefits. Cindy Vanderstraeten from De Watergroep rounds of the day with a case study on the results and conclusions from their recent Smart Metering Pilot Projects.
The two-day event highlights on new technologies such as IOT and Artificial Intelligence used in water companies and how it produces and analyses real-time data for efficient leakage detection management.
For the full agenda and speaker line-up, visit the website.
Smart Water Systems 2020
20 – 21 April 2020
For sponsorship enquiries or to register, contact Andrew Gibbons on +44 (0)20 7827 6156.