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How can sensors protect our coastal waters?
July 14 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Our coastal waters are the destination of our treated waste waters and our rivers. We farm these waters; we walk on the beaches and we bathe in the waves.
SWIG’s purpose is to increase the understanding and use of sensors in water and wastewater processes and in the environment.
This workshop will bring together supply chain, academia, regulators and water companies to demonstrate and discuss the vital role of sensors in protecting our coastal waters. Our workshops are collaborative and engaging, please come along to learn and share your experience in areas such as:
- Why should we measure water quality in coastal waters?
- How is the measurement affected by seawater?
- How do we control pollution removal processes?
- How do we measure key contaminants?
- Why are sensors important to aquaculture, power plant outfalls and tourism, marine life and tourism?
There will be legislators, end users, innovative manufactures and academics taking part. The format is a series of short focused “nonpartisan” presentations followed by an always lively Q&A panel.
Chaired by: Mike Strahand, Independent Consultant
Kindly sponsored by: Xylem Analytics
Programme: Draft agenda
Prices (inc VAT):
Thanks to sponsorship by Xylem Analytics, registration for SWIG members is free of charge,
for non members registration is £65 inc VAT
Booking: Please register your interest in attending using our online booking form we will then provide further details.