WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Meet Senior Executives From International Water Utilities:
- Managing Directors
- Leakage Development Managers
- Distribution Managers
- Leakage Managers
- Leakage Team Leaders
- Network Leakage Managers
- Network Managers
- Regulation Managers
- Leakage Engineers
- Leakage Controllers
- Operations Directors
- Heads Of Research & Development
- Leakage Strategy / Leakage Development Managers
- Chief Engineers
- Engineering Directors
- Civil Engineers
- Senior Manager Distribution Operations
- Senior Water Engineers
- Distribution Systems Managers
- Directors, Water Distribution
- Heads Of Water Supply
- Pipeline Management
- Chief Data Officer
- Head of Data Factory
Plus Service & Solution Providers In The Following Areas:
- Leak Detection Equipment
- Leak Detection Contractors
- Pipe Location Specialists
- Pipe Material Providers
- Network Modelling
- Data Management
- Meter Suppliers
- Valve Suppliers
- Pump Suppliers
- Pressure Reduction Valves
- Data loggers
- Satellite technology for asset location and management
- Thermal imaging/radar technologies
- Pipe Inspection and condition assessment (External/internal)
- Acoustic noise loggers
- Flow meters (full bore/insertion)
- Customer meters and meter readers
- Excavation and trenchless technology
- Pipe repair technologies (internal/external)
The 10th Global Leakage Summit is the world's premier global summit, designed to help water utilities develop faster and more efficient leakage management systems, that go beyond economic levels of leakage and reflect the true value of water and supply delivery targets.
As an international platform for leakage practitioners, and all those in the business of delivering improved efficiency for their particular water utility, the Global Leakage Summit draws in world-wide practitioners, from industry leaders such as; Suez Environnement, Paris ; Vienna Waterworks, Austria ; Thames Water, UK ; Phnom Penh Water Supply Authority, Cambodia ; Al Ain Distribution Company, UAE ; Oslo Water, Norway ; Scottish Water, UK ; Municipal Water, Poland ; Taiwan Water, Taiwan ; Pub Singapore, Singapore ; Anglian Water, UK and many others.
Directors, Heads, VPs and Managers of water solutions, network infrastructure, leakage, operations, engineering, business development, technology, and specialists in modelling and design, from Belgium, Netherlands, Spain, Jordan, Bahrain, Burkina Faso, Chile, Portugal, Brazil, Israel, USA, Canada, Zambia, Slovenia, South Africa, Qatar, Malaysia, Japan, Norway, UAE, China, Singapore, Taiwan, Poland, Portugal, Finland among others, traveled into London from across the globe to take part in this prestigious summit.
It proved to be a high quality information-sharing summit for delegates, at both a technical and strategic level, and addressed how new concepts and technologies are being deployed for leak detection, pressure management and network optimisation, to cost-effectively address water stress and water scarcity challenges worldwide.
GLOBAL LEAKAGE SERIES HAS INCLUDED...
Global Leakage Summit 2018
13th - 14th March, 2018
Global Leakage Summit 2016
27th - 28th September, 2016
Amba Hotel, London, UK
Global Leakage Summit 2015
12th - 13th March, 2015
Thistle Marble Arch, London, UK
Global Leakage Summit 2013
12th - 13th March, 2013
Thistle Marble Arch, London, UK
Global Leakage Summit 2011
Global Leakage Summit 2010
27th - 28th January 2010
Grand Connaught Rooms, London, UK
Global Leakage Summit 2007
25th - 26th January 2007
Hotel Russell, London, UK
DID YOU KNOW...
- We have held over 30 Summits in the Global Water space since 2010
- These Water Summits have taken place globally, including; United Kingdom ; Pennsylvania, California, Oklahoma, Nevada, Texas, Florida and Colorado in the US, Canada, Argentina and many others..
- Our Global Water events have attracted over 6000 attendees
- International industry professionals presenting at these Summits have included: Ofwat, Vienna Waterworks - Austria, Thames Water - UK, Scottish Water - UK, Suez Environnement - France, City of Toronto, Yarra Valley Water - Australia, Phnom Penh Water Supply Authority - Cambodia, Milanese SpA - Italy, and many more
- Our sponsors and exhibitors have included: ABB, Seba KMT, Gutermann, Pure Technologies, IVL Flow Control, Schneider Electric, i2O Water, Grundfos, Syrinix, Innovyze, to name a few
2020 LEARNING BENEFITS:
The World-Leading Forum for Leakage Management...
...Now In Its 11th Edition And Established As A Brand Leader - For Water Company Practitioners To Exchange Information on Topical Case Studies And Learn About Best Practice Technologies For Assessing, Monitoring And Reducing Leakage In Their Networks
KEY ISSUES FOR 2020
- Public Interest Commitment (PIC) goals - a keynote presentation from 3 UK water company CEOs to explain the steps to deliver on their commitment to reduce leakage
- Innovation, collaboration and cooperation. Innovation is not just technology, but innovative concepts and practices - how will the 'heat-map' of company research help the industry to achieve zero leakage?
- Integrating network data to localise leaks in fixed and mobile networks. 2018-19 saw the largest roll out of in-situ acoustic loggers in the UK water industry - how have these have helped to meet leakage targets?
- Managing global challenges - water scarcity, drought and natural disasters, and now Covid-19. How is the global water industry coping?
- Managing leakage using machine learning, big data analysis and hydraulic simulation - using ever smarter algorithm technologies to analyse the mass of data coming in from all over the network, and to detect abnormal patterns outside the normal operating range
- The rise in automation and AI will cause 75 million jobs to be lost by 2022, but 133 million new jobs will be created (WEF 2018). What effect will this have on the water industry workforce? Will the new technologies be in the hands of Gen Z?
- Smart network infrastructure management - using big data analytics to link pipe replacement to failure rate. How to maintain a desired level of service at a lowest asset life cycle cost?
- How can smart networks improve performance in other areas to meet Outcome Delivery Incentives (ODIs) as well as reducing leakage and Per Capita Consumption (PCC)?
- Bringing pipe repair into the digital age. What are the options for minimal disruption or non-intrusive pipe repairs?
"Good mix of attendees, global practitioners and suppliers"
Helsinki Region Envrionmental Services
"Nice atmosphere, good programme."
Toshiba Research Europe Ltd
"For an outsider who is vaguely familiar with the water industry, this is an excellent event to get a grip on the issues in...