Metering China 2018 Conference and Exhibition 24 - 27 April 2018

METERING China 2018 Conference & Exhibition (April 24-27, 2018, Zhuhai, China), since 2007, has been well accepted and regarded as an annual premier networking platform in Chinese utility industry, specially designed for leaders, executives and experts from both China and abroad in the fields of power/water/gas/heat metering industries to share analysis, insights and opinions about smart grid and metering market situation and future direction. The general event includes multi-track conference sessions and innovation and technology driven exhibition, as well as Global Metering Week 2018, held inside of METERING China 2018, a newly designed networking and trading platform specially for global governmental agencies, utility buyers, leaders and executives from investment and trade organizations to meet face to face and discuss about partnerships and cooperative opportunities.


Waste Water Management 2018 24 - 25 April 2018

One and only specialised event devoted to municipal and industrial sewage treatment and aims to become a platform for attracting investments and advanced technologies into unique market of Ukraine, which goes through fundamental development due to current reform of housing and communal services, as well as double increase of local budgets due to recent decentralisation, which must be invested into developing of new infrastructure projects in order to fulfill the obligations, undertaking after recent signing Association agreement with EU. Participation allows to present products and services to professionals of sewage treatment in Ukraine, which make key decisions at national and regional levels.


Smart Water Systems 2018 25 - 26 April 2018

As well as discussing key drivers responsible for rapid market growth, Smart Water Systems 2018 will address the increasingly large role that data and information plays in the water management industry and analyse various data strategies and the demand for real-time information.

The roll-out of smart water meters across the UK and many parts of Europe have presented challenges such as an increase in water demand and meter reading issues. This conference will take a focused look into evolving smart technology and digital developments in the water industry, from the views of regulators, utility companies and solution providers. Concerns about data management security and data protection will also be addressed, with guidance on managing ‘big’ data and data-collection techniques.


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