Nobel Systems team members will attend the World Water-Tech North America 2019 Summit in Los Angeles. The event takes place Oct. 29 and 30 at The Ritz-Carlton in Marina Del Rey.
More than 250 US, Canadian and international water utilities, municipalities and industrial end-users will attend World Water-Tech to meet and find solutions to the challenges of asset optimization, digitization, leakage, energy, and reuse.
“Nobel is excited to take part in the exhibit at the World Water-Tech North America Summit for the first time this year. The event is a great one because it is an intimate environment attended by many utility executives from throughout the world,” Michael Samuel, President of Nobel Systems, said.
Some have not yet seen the power of GeoViewer, nor are they aware that there is a location-based system that manages many silo-based operations programs in one place and operates in real-time. We look forward to a great experience getting to know the leaders if the utility industry.”
The summit is an opportunity to learn from and connect with the leading technology providers, engineering giants, and investors from across the region and around the world.
- Asset Optimization: Locking in Resiliency
- Indirect and Direct Reuse: Developments in Technology and Policy
- Sustainable Industry: Stewardship and Strategy
- From Machine Learning to Smart Water Grids: Hot Trends in Digital Transformation
- Technology Showcase: Water-Tech Start-Ups Present the Latest Innovations
- Emerging Efficiencies and Resiliency in Agricultural Water Stewardship
- Micropollutants: Tackling the Mighty Challenge Facing Water Quality
- Head of Innovation Forum: Accelerating Adoption and Reducing Risk
Events include tours of Los Angeles’ Hyperion Water Reclamation Plant led by LA Sanitation and Environment.
Startups will also pitch their technology in 7 minutes during the Technology Showcase Sessions.
Roundtable discussions included How do We Halve Leakage by 2050, hosted by Mary Ann Dickinson, President & CEO of Alliance for Water Efficiency. Melissa Meeker, Water Innovation Center Director for The Water Tower at Gwinnett will speak about Digital Innovation for small and medium utilities.
Other discussions and roundtables will cover the task of lead removal, addressing cybersecurity in the smart water era and tackling micropollutants.
More about the summit can be obtained at worldwatertechnorthamerica.com.