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Tue, 23 Apr

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Global Webinar: Best Practice and Innovation in Water Sensing

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Global Webinar: Best Practice and Innovation in Water Sensing
Global Webinar: Best Practice and Innovation in Water Sensing

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23 Apr 2024, 10:00 – 15:00

Webinar

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The forthcoming SWIG Global Webinar on "Best Practice and Innovation in Water Sensing" is set to deliver a diverse range of insights and expertise from esteemed figures in sensor development, water management and environmental monitoring worldwide. We invite you to join us as we explore a multitude of topics, each offering unique perspectives and addressing local water challenges with innovative and adaptable solutions.

From unravelling environmental mysteries amidst scarce data in developing nations to exploring the transformative impact of connectivity on strategic relationships within the water sector, the webinar will encompass a wide spectrum of pioneering advancements. Renowned experts will discuss tailored innovations for complex flow measurement applications, shed light on the design and deployment of monitoring and control systems using IoT technology, and introduce cutting-edge sensors for gathering real-time data in water systems.

Featuring speakers from diverse countries spanning five continents, attendees can expect a truly global outlook on the water sector. They will gain insights into the application of machine learning approaches, the significance and ramifications of sensor reliability, and the potential of swarm sensing leveraging novel technologies. Presentations will underscore the pivotal role of sensors, monitoring, and smart technology in harmonizing the interests of industry, communities, and the environment.

With such a diverse lineup of topics from thought leadersworldwide, the Global Webinar promises to be an inspiring and enriching experience for all participants, offering valuable insights and transferrable solutions to address present and future challenges in water management at a range of scales.

Draft Line-Up:

  • Alijah Mohd Aris: Indah Water Konsortium, Malaysia
  • Ed Clayton: University of Auckland, New Zealand
  • Abi Croutear-Foy: AquaWatch, New Zealand
  • Jyoti Gautam: NSUT Delhi, Prof. Amlan Chakrabarti (University of Calcutta), Victor Lorente (Idrica), India
  • Magdi Nabi: Rhames, UK
  • Cat O'Neill: Seneye, UK
  • John Okedi: UCT, South Africa
  • Manuel Picallo: Universidade da Coruña, Spain
  • Anne-li Steutel: Kando, USA
  • Carlos Tejedor: Idrica, Spain
  • Gary Vincent: GWF, UK & Sergio Thaddey: GWF, Switzerland
  • Peter Zhang: Macau University, China

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