Xylem Vue powered by GoAigua to participate in IWA Water Loss 2024

The Spanish city of San Sebastian will be hosting IWA Water Loss 2024 from April 14 to 17. The meeting, organized by the International Water Association’s Water Loss Specialist Group, will be attended by more than 500 participants from over 50 countries.

The Xylem Vue powered by GoAigua platform will feature at this benchmark event, which aims to develop effective, sustainable best practices in water loss management. Jorge Helmbrecht, Idrica’s Business Development Manager, will be giving a presentation entitled “How a British utility improved network management by integrating data from 6,000 sensors into a single platform”, based on one of the platform’s success stories, resulting from the partnership between Xylem Inc. and Idrica.

Water Loss 2024, which is set to be the first fully bilingual English/Spanish water loss management event, has a full program of workshops and conferences focused on the latest advances, techniques and applications for non-revenue water management.

Visit us and talk to our experts

IWA Water Loss 2024 is a unique opportunity to find out how Idrica and Xylem have joined forces to simplify the implementation and use of technology, helping utilities reduce water losses. If you are interested in learning more about how our solutions are driving more efficient water management in the world, drop by booth 21-22.

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