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Instrumentation Based Control Systems

January 29 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pm

Overview:

As the Water Industry heads towards the next Asset Management Period it is more than ever, having to deliver more for less, delivering efficiencies and optimisation. In the meantime the industry is heading the general direction of a Digital Transformation and Water 4.0. There are a huge swathe of technologies that have been developed but not necessarily delivered as they were ahead of their time. In this workshop on Instrumentation Based Control Systems we will look at some of the innovations that have been developed in the past and some of the innovations coming and look at case studies at where they have already been implemented.

Chaired by: Oliver Grievson, Z Tech

Location: National Railway Museum, Leeman Rd, York YO26 4XJ

Presentations are available to download from the links below in pdf format:

  1. Instrumented Control Systems AMP6 Vs. AMP7 – Challenges with network deployments Danny O’Connor – United Utilities
  2. Real-Time Control in practice – Case Studies from Thames Water & Veolia. Martin Butterfield, Hach
  3. Benefits of optimisation throughout the Water Recycling network system. Lorenzo Pompa, Anglian Water
  4. Multi-parameter instrumentation-based systems for wastewater treatment control. Hannah Gunter, Proteus Instruments
  5. Advanced data analysis in the water industry. David Brydon, Blackwell Water Consultancy
  6. Microbial Activity Monitoring – Jamie Duncan, QCL
  7. Organic Load & Toxicity Monitoring with BES – Opportunities for Process Control. Martin Spurr, Newcastle University

Details

Date:
January 29
Time:
9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Event Category:

Organizer

SWIG

Venue

National Railway Museum
York, YO26 4XJ + Google Map