Network with Thames Water, Veolia Water, Anglian Water, Suez Environment and more at SMi's 2nd annual Smart Water Systems Conference

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SMi's 2nd annual Smart Water Systems Conference, taking place on 8th and 9th May in London, features senior industry decision makers from an an array of global Water Utilities who are already adopting smart water technologies including Thames Water, Veolia Water, Anglian Water, Suez Environment.

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SMi’s 2nd annual Smart Water Systems Conference will explore how global Water utilities are adapting to the challenges of improving efficiency through new technologies and consolidating Smart Water Networks, which recent research has shown can save $12.5bn for Water utilities worldwide. The two-day programme features senior industry figures from an array of Water Utilities sharing their experiences in smart water meter deployment and what has been learnt from improvements in system performance.

Key Speakers include:

  • Anne McIntosh, Chairman, Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Select Committee
  • Andy Slater, Director Marketing EMEA/AP, Sensus
  • Kim Bybjerg, Head of M2M Northern Europe, Vodafone
  • Anu Sood, Global Channel Marketing Manager, SkyWave
  • Rob Scarrott, Strategic Water Planning Manager, Thames Water
  • Lars Thiesson, Technical Director - Division of Water, Wastewater & Renewables, HOFOR Greater Copenhagen Utility
  • Paul Glass, Metering Manager, Anglian Water
  • Olivier Pison, Project Manager Smart Water and Energy, Suez Environment
  • Carl-Emil Larsen, CEO, DANVA Danish Water and Wastewater Association
  • Martin Perrin, Strategic Waste Planning Manager, Thames Water
  • Penelope Moss, Project manager, Veolia Water
  • Sarah Mukherjee, Director of Environment, Water UK

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