Idrica participates in iAgua’s Smart Water Summit 2022

The long-standing Smart Water Summit is a must on the agenda of water sector events in 2022. The conference, organized by the specialist media firm iAgua, is to be held for the sixth time from September 19 to 23, this year combining four days of online sessions and a day in person in the Spanish capital, Madrid.

Smart Water Summit 2022 focuses on the opportunities and challenges of digital transformation and aims to showcase the latest innovative tools and the success stories from the industry’s leading players, such as Idrica. This Spanish multinational, which specializes in the digital transformation of the water cycle, is once again taking part in the Summit this year and is one of the event’s sponsors.

Over the course of four days, 50 leading experts will be offering an in-depth analysis into the current challenges facing the water sector and exploring a range of solutions and opportunities. The main topics on the table at the conference include the current state and future of the sector, AMI infrastructures, data analytics and asset management. Registration is open to all interested parties.

Smart Water Summit 2022

As an expert organization in water management technology, Idrica is taking part in the data analysis area, specifically in the Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning session on September 21, when Pablo Alcoriza, Idrica’s CTO, will be presenting different AI use cases in the water sector, as well as the most innovative projects that Idrica has carried out in this field using its GoAigua smart platform.

We look forward to seeing you at the Smart Water Summit 2022 to share the sector’s latest ideas and developments. Register now:

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