Hosted by The Water Council, the Water Leaders Summit is the premier gathering of water thought leaders from around the country and the world. This year’s summit is happening from September 13 to 14 in Milwaukee. It will feature engaging panel discussions among industry experts, who will share their insights and experiences on how to address the most pressing water challenges.
The Water Leaders Summit will be moderated by acclaimed author and journalist Charles Fishman, who wrote The Big Thirst: The Secret Life and Turbulent Future of Water. Attendees will have the opportunity to network with other water professionals and participate in small group discussions on topics that matter to them.
Water Innovation and Stewardship
The theme of this year’s summit is Building Water Resiliency. The Water Leaders Summit will explore how the water industry leaders can develop solutions that enhance the capacity of water users and suppliers to withstand or recover quickly from water-related difficulties.
Whether it’s drought, flooding, contamination, aging infrastructure or social inequity, water challenges are becoming more complex and urgent in a changing world. The Water Leaders Summit helps provide a platform to open up the discussion on innovation, technology, and stewardship in creating a more water resilient future.
There are different panel discussions and engagement opportunities all throughout the two-day Water Leaders Summit that will foster conversations on water challenges and water technology solutions. Attendees will hear from companies and communities that are already implementing water solutions in their operations and regions.
Curated Conversations at the Water Leaders Summit
One of the highlights of the Water Leaders Summit will be the Resiliency Solutions in Practice session on September 14, 2023. It will be the final session on the last day of the summit. The challenge of water security and sustainability requires innovative and effective approaches, and some businesses are already leading the way. Participants will learn from their successes and challenges and discover how they are creating value and impact through water resiliency.
Michael Samuel, President and CEO of Nobel Systems, will be part of the panel speakers. He will explain how Nobel Systems and GeoViewer, the company’s flagship software, is helping improve service delivery through geospatial solutions by integrating asset management, geographic information systems (GIS), Internet of Things (IoT) and business intelligence.
He will also be talking about his experience of working with the Asian Development Bank and bringing GeoViewer, the flagship software of the company, to the Philippines, Uzbekistan and Nepal. He will discuss its challenges, opportunities, and how it has ultimately helped water utility systems.
He will also be joined by two water and tech industry leaders from Xylem and Rockwell Automation. Dr. Lindsay Birt is a Client Solutions Manager of Xylem, a leading water technology company that provides smart solutions for water, wastewater and industrial applications. Paul McRoberts is the Regional Industry Manager of Mining, Metals, and Cement of Rockwell Automation, a global leader in industrial automation and digital transformation.
Exploring Solutions with Nobel Systems
Nobel Systems is a leading provider of GIS and Asset Management software solutions, founded by Michael Samuel in 1992. As the President & CEO, Samuel is responsible for the overall vision and direction of the company, as well as managing key projects and clients in the domestic and international markets. He also ensures the smooth operation and growth of the company across all its locations.
Samuel has been recognized for his achievements and contributions to the water industry and the community. In 2015, he received the Export Achievement award from the U.S. Department of Commerce for his success in expanding Nobel Systems’ global presence. He also serves on the board of the California Utility Executive Management Association, a professional organization for utility executives. He was honored as a finalist for the Entrepreneur of the Year of the Inland Empire, a prestigious award that celebrates innovation and excellence in business. Additionally, Nobel Systems received the President’s E Award for exports in 2023, the highest honor for exporters in the nation.
For more information about Nobel Systems and its products and services, please visit www.nobel-systems.com or contact email@example.com