Idrica to participate in Smart Water Summit 2021

Smart Water Summit 2021 will be held for the fifth time from September 27-30. After last year’s success with more than 40 speakers and 1,500 attendees, the organizers have once again chosen to hold the event online.

This free registration event is being hosted by the specialized publication, iAgua, and aims to consolidate digital transformation in the water industry. The debate will focus on the opportunities and challenges that digital transformation brings, and it will be showcasing cutting-edge tools and noteworthy success stories among industry leaders.

As a leading international water technology company, Idrica is once again sponsoring this event. A panel of leading experts from government authorities, companies and research centers will be discussing relevant case studies, with a special focus on Spain and Latin America.

Smart Water Summit 2021

Francisco Salguero, COO at Idrica, will be participating in the session entitled “Digital transformation brings savings”, along with the panelists Jokin Larrauri, Deputy CEO WayO at Schneider Electric, Antonio Lavilla, Product Manager Monitoring & Control at Xylem Water Solutions España, Javier Pino, Sales Director for Spain and Portugal at LACROIX and Luis Navarro, Business Development Manager at Hach. During the session, which is scheduled for September 27, the experts will be showcasing how digital transformation can reduce the operation and maintenance costs of water services and infrastructures and will be explaining the benefits of this process.

The event agenda maintains some of the topics from the previous event, but also gives more visibility to areas such as Smart Metering, Network Monitoring, Digital Twins, BIM methodology and the advances in efficiency brought by digital transformation.

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