Aquatech Amsterdam is being held once again in the RAI Amsterdam Convention Centre from November 2-5. However, the event kicks off on November 1st with the Innovation Forum. Aquatech, the world’s leading platform for water technology professionals, organizes this water trade meeting to showcase processes, and drinking water and wastewater solutions. This year, the fair is being delivered in a blended format, combining in-person and online initiatives, in a journey that started in June with activities such as talk shows and the Aquatech BreakOuts.
Idrica will be playing an active role in the event, which aims to connect more than 15,000 water professionals from all over the world. More than 550 exhibitors and +100 speakers will be taking part in the forum, making Aquatech Amsterdam one of the biggest water technology events and the perfect space to learn about the latest trends, developments and solutions for addressing current water challenges.
Innovation Forum and the Aquatech Innovation Award
Idrica is proud to be the Headline Sponsor of the Aquatech Innovation Forum, which will be taking place on November 1st with the tagline “Celebrating Water’s Changemakers”. This event is the ideal scenario to learn about the latest developments in digitally transforming water. From utility innovation managers, to start-ups, investors and corporate water managers, the Forum will be bringing together the industry leaders to share their experiences in a unique, creative atmosphere.
Pablo Alcoriza, CTO at Idrica, will be participating in the panel entitled “Culture Change Part 3: AI integration & ageing workforces“ which will be moderated by Dragan Savic, the CEO of KRW Water Research Institute.
During the forum’s gala dinner, the winners of each category, as well as the overall winner of the Aquatech Innovation Award 2021, will be announced. Idrica’s GoAigua SARS Analytics solution has been nominated in the Transport and Process & Control category.
This award recognizes the most innovative products, services and concepts in the water industry. The jury of experts considers the international and disruptive potential of each company’s value proposition in each of the five categories: Water Supply, Wastewater Treatment, Transport and Process & Control, Green Chemicals for Water Technology, and Innovation. Besides the official jury, the Aquatech audience will also vote for their favorite innovation. The entry with the largest number of votes will receive the Aquatech Innovation Award’s Public Prize.
GoAigua SARS Analytics is an Early Warning System (EWS) that facilitates decision-making in COVID-19 outbreaks. This solution is built on the GoAigua platform and integrates wastewater parameters, socio-sanitary and geographical variables, providing a holistic overview of virus concentration in neighborhoods and cities.
With this nomination, Aquatech recognizes GoAigua SARS Analytics as one of the world’s leading innovative solutions.
SWAN and AquaStage
AquaStage is a unique scenario for the exchange of knowledge. Joan Carles Guardiola, Idrica’s Key Account Manager for Europe, will be speaking on Tuesday, November 2, about the case study “Leak detection beyond DMAs: how Big Data, mathematical models and algorithms can pinpoint leaks”. Idrica’s Market Analyst, Marta Escobar, will be participating on Thursday, November 4, with the speech entitled “Global Water Trends: how smart solutions are set to shape the future of water resource management”.
Idrica is also a member of SWAN (Smart Water Networks Forum), the leading global hub for the smart water industry. On this occasion, one of Idrica’s experts will be taking part in the SWAN Digital Water HUB, a hotspot to learn all about the latest trends and technologies in the sector. The HUB connects water utilities and industrial end users with technology & solution providers, and research & knowledge partners. On November 4, Joan Carles Guardiola will be giving a conference entitled “Case Study – How smart wastewater technology prevents SSOs”.
New paper by Idrica and Aquatech: “Digital Twins in Water: three notable case studies”
Idrica and Aquatech are joining forces to help utilities create certainty in an uncertain future. Therefore, they have released a paper entitled “Digital Twins in Water: three notable case studies”, which showcases how the integration of existing digital technologies and isolated data sets can minimize risk, time and costs in daily operations.
In the paper you will learn the success stories of Global Omnium, Aarhus Vand and DC Water, three utilities that are unlocking value from this powerful tool.
Visit us at booth 01.150 and meet our experts!
Aquatech Amsterdam 2021 and its Innovation Forum are the perfect opportunity to gain insights about the latest solutions for today’s challenges from experts in the field. Come and visit us at booth 01.150 for an in-depth view of Idrica’s unique value proposal, which lies in the efficiency and quality of its services and the GoAigua smart technology solution. Come and talk to our experts to find the right solution for your water utility.