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Colleagues Dale Hartley (Primayer) and Chirag Thakkar (Servelec Technologies) will be joining the British Water delegation to Saudi Arabia next month. This will be the first Business Development Visit of 2020 by British Water, and is a collaboration with the Department of International Trade (DIT).
The four-day program consists of an exhibition at the Saudi Water Forum and business to business (B2B) meetings in Riyadh. It will also involve networking opportunities, and a reception event at the British Embassy.
It will include:
We are pleased to have been selected to take part in the Welsh Water Innovation event this Spring. We plan to showcase our acoustic leak sensor, the Enigma3hyQ, and predictive burst software, Datective Flowsure from Servelec Technologies. Watch this space while we put together our exciting, interactive and innovative exhibit.
We will demonstrate leak detection products including our ground-breaking hydrophone technology. Our hydrophones were developed from technology used by the US Navy in submarines and in collaboration with UK water companies. We will demonstrate the latest developments in SCOPE and Datective Flowsure, and discuss their application in smart cities of the future. There is increasing demand for our hardware and software, as the Internet of Things becomes key to managing our critical national infrastructure.
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We look forward to discussing the challenges involved in supplying clean water with senior figures from business, government agencies, contractors and consultants.
This flagship event at the House of Lords has been arranged by British Water, and demonstrates British Water’s commitment to facilitating collaboration and change in our industry.
The evening will be hosted by ecology expert, Lord Selborne, and the keynote speaker will be Emma Howard Boyd, Chair of the Environment Agency.
Over 4000 engineers and managers from the water and energy industries meet at the 10th Aqua Pro Gaz exhibition in Bulle Switzerland in February. There will be over 120 exhibitors including Primayer and its channel partner
We will be demonstrating our Enigma acoustic leakage correlators and data analytics on the Inoxsa stand 20-81. David Green and Eric Laumonier, fresh from CGLE 2020 in France, will be in Bulle to discuss how you monitor your networks.
You can book your pass at https://aquaprogaz.espace-gruyere.ch/shop/fr/59
Information at https://www.aquaprogaz.ch/
Espace Gruyère, Rue de Vevey 136/144, Bulle, CH-1630 Switzerland
Wed 5th February 09.00-17.00 and Thursday 7th February 09.00-17.00
Carrefour Des Gestions Locales de L’Eau is the major event for the water industry in France.
Join us and 13,000 visitors at this exhibition held in Brittany. After 21 years CGLE offers over 90 presentations, workshops, demonstrations, speed-meetings and debates.
You can book your pass at https://cgle0120.site.calypso-event.net/visiteur.htm
Find out how our technologies monitor water networks and pinpoint leaks in large trunk mains and plastic pipes.
We look forward to discussing how you manage your water networks. Come and meet us on the Servelec Technologies/Primayer stand 4 in Hall 5
Parc des Expositions de Rennes Halls 3/4/5/8
Access via Hall 5 – Parking A – La Haie Gautrais CS 27 211 – 35 BRUZ
Wed 29th January 08.30 – 20.30 and Thurs 30th January 08.30-17.00
Roger Ironmonger will be speaking about pinpointing leaks at this conference in Amsterdam. Primayer technology can pinpoint leaks accurately in plastic as well as metal pipes, something which is of great interest to Dutch leakage engineers in the Netherlands, where a high percentage of the water network is made plastic. He will show how water companies in the UK and around the world have crashed through leakage targets set by the regulator by deploying fixed networks of correlating acoustic loggers. Roger together with David Green will be demonstrating the technology on the Primayer stand. Come and say hello!
Primayer hosts the Institute of Water’s forum for rising stars in the water industry at their Denmead site.
This popular event, in its ninth year, offers young people, working in the Water Industry, an opportunity to support each other, recognize achievement and practice their public speaking skills.
Hosting the event will be Hayley Wakeford, Institute of Water Rising Star 2019, SE committee member and Engineer at Portsmouth Water.
There will be presentations ranging from career highlights, current projects and future innovations.
Kirsty Ayres, IoW Rising Star 2018 and Senior Engineer at WSP, commented last year ‘There were some great questions from the audience which helped everyone learn a little bit more about the subject matter. This is the 2nd year I’ve hosted this event and I always feel proud of the opportunity to support young or new members of the institute in gaining confidence and getting involved.’
Speakers this year are:
We look forward to an interesting day.
Building on the success of the last seven years, the 2019 WWT Water Industry Innovation Conference brings the industry together to share best practice, align stakeholders and tackle risk-aversity, while maintaining a degree of coordination across the industry. Through interactive working groups, live audience polling and inspirational case studies, find out how organisations can drive a disruptive level of innovation through both game-changing technology and behaviour change.
AMP7 brings a time of change and disruption to the water industry, as well as new opportunity to join forces and innovate. The sector is urged to embrace technological and behavioural change, and build partnerships to tackle issues of global significance.
Reducing carbon footprint, delivering for customers, meeting drinking water quality and zero leakage targets, and doing more for less in an opex world are among the many challenges facing the sector, and developing the right culture and mindset for innovation in these areas will be crucial.
The North American Water Loss Conference & Exposition offers attendees technologies to reduce non-revenue water, regulatory developments, and a platform to share processes, methods and techniques with peers. The conference also features an Exhibit Hall with leading technology and companies providing solutions for leakage managers.
During the conference Primayer and our US partner Matchpoint invite you along to Nudie’s Honky Tonk bar for music and refreshment on Wed 4th Dec 8pm-10pm.
This is the 8th annual meeting of CWMAG. Members will be discussing AMP7 and future modelling challenges. There will be plenty of opportunity to meet people from water companies, suppliers, contractors and regulatory bodies during the day programme and later at the evening dinner at the Alea casino.
Some of the speakers are:
Ian Pemberton, principal engineer at OFWAT
Tom King of Atkins
Devina Naga of United Utilities
Keith King of Anglian Water
Kevin Brook and Lisa White of Primayer will be attending.
Primayer will be exhibiting at this event driven by the industry, for the industry. Taking place at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole, the 20th Annual Leakage Conference is a landmark annual industry event which provides a valuable forum for the water industry and builds crucial relationships between decision-makers and practitioners. Last year’s sell-out event brought together more than 170 industry experts, stakeholders, government and regulators to exchange ideas, share innovation insights and showcase the latest findings in leakage management. Come and meet us, come and find out how Primayer can help water suppliers meet their leakage targets.
You can access the programme here.
Primayer will be exhibiting and Managing Director Roger Ironmonger will be speaking at this conference on water distribution in Malaysia.
Water Loss Asia 2019 will be held alongside the Malaysia International Water Convention 2019 in Kuala Lumpur. Supported by the Ministry of Water, Land and Natural resources Association, WLA2019 aims to bridge the gaps between Government, Water Utilities, Industry and Research Institutes, so that, following a quadruple helix model of partnership, they can make and implement policy more effectively. This conference will spotlight water loss challenges faced by Asian Utilities and encourage countries to share their experience.
Primayer is proud to be helping Asian water authorities secure this scarce resource. We will be demonstrating our innovative technologies, sharing knowledge and feeding water distributors’ needs back into new products.
Click here to find out how to pinpoint leaks remotely and reliably with the Enigma3m
The Sensors for Water Interest Group SWIG are hosting their 5th biennial conference Sensing in Water 2019. Sensors and sensing technologies are an integral part of the Water Industry, and play a large part of both AMP7 and the digitisation of the Water Industry as it moves towards Water 4.0. Collaboration is essential. This meeting brings together delegates from the supply chain, the water companies, academia and regulators.
Keynote speakers are:
25 Sept: Alison Fergusson, Associate Director of OFWAT
26 Sept: Angela Smith MP for Penistone and Stocksbridge and member of the All Party Parliamentary Water Group
There will be sessions on:
Distribution network monitoring
So far 7 water companies have registered to attend including: Anglian Water, Bristol Water, Northumbrian Water, Southern Water, Thames Water, United Utilities and Dwr Cymru Welsh Water. Lisa White and Ian Greenwell from Primayer will be there too.
Anglian Water and Essex & Suffolk Water will be running Innovate East, a three day event that will tackle some of the most pressing challenges facing the water industry and society. Leading organisations and dynamic individuals will come together and think big. By taking part in sprints, hackathons and workshops, attendees from a wide variety of industries and backgrounds will explore four key themes of
Innovate East has the potential to have a huge impact and deliver solutions to challenges and opportunities we face collectively. Primayer is looking forward to being a part of it. Come and join us.
You can drill, you can tap, but can you drill & tap a 150mm iron main in under 3 minutes? Primayer is sponsoring the Drill and Tap Competition run by the Institute of Water at Utility Week Live 2019 at the NEC Birmingham next week.
Entrants are training hard. Winners receive win an all-expenses-paid trip to the final in Amsterdam in November. Primayer & the Institute of Water invite you to come along and cheer on the teams:
Northumbrian Water Men’s
Northumbrian Water Ladies
UK 1991 Champions
It’s all happening at Utility Week Live at the NEC in the Water Zone near stand H30.
Click here to see more details.
Watch last year’s final… here
Not only is Primayer sponsoring the 10th Global Leakage Summit, but also Managing Director Roger Ironmonger will be speaking on managing water loss with fixed correlating networks of detectors: how they work, where they are used and how they help us.
GLS is the worldforum for water leakage management, designed to help water utilities develop faster and more efficient systems, that go beyond economic levels of leakage and reflect the true value of water and supply delivery targets.
As an international platform for those delivering improved efficiency, the GLS 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.
Past summits have proved to be a high-quality information-sharing opportunity for delegates, at both a technical and strategic level. Delegates discuss new concepts and technologies, managing water pressure, optimising networks and cost-effective solutions to water scarcity. Summit participants are all driving down leakage to an increasingly low level to meet customer expectations, conserve precious resources and maximise revenue.
Book your ticket here
Come and meet us on Stand No 18 where we can show you how Primayer technologies will help you meet your targets.
Find out who is speaking and who is exhibiting at http://www.global-leakage-summit.com/
Primayer is a Gold Sponsor of this year’s WaterAid Ball. The main sponsor is Anglian Water, the water utility supplying water to the East of England. Anglian leads the way in preventing water leaks thanks to Primayer products and intelligent technologies. This event begins at 6pm with a champagne reception. There will be a Silent Auction at which guests bid by phone and see the highest bid displayed on screens in the ballroom. Some of these lots are quite incredible:
There are also some water-themed lots:
There will also be a “live” auction for a stay on a private island in the Caribbean, a helicopter ride following the course of the Thames and the opportunity to sponsor toilets in Nepal.
We look forward to raising plenty of money for WaterAid. This international charity is making clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene normal for everyone, everywhere. WaterAid has changed people’s lives for the better and forever. Primayer’s very own Super Villain Kevin Brook and Super Hero Lisa White will be there with their partners. Enjoy yourselves, it’s in an excellent cause!
To find out about the Primayer product most used by Anglian Water, the Enigma-3hyQ, click here.
Richard Fielding of Anglian Water and Kevin Brook of Primayer with their partners at the ball.
The 2019 World Water-Tech Innovation Summit is where water utility leaders, start-ups, technology giants, engineers and investors from all over the globe come to find solutions to today’s challenges of digitisation, security, energy recovery and new water resources.
Primayer will be exhibiting at the conference and we look forward to meeting everyone.
Download the delegate brochure
World Water-Tech Innovation Summit brochure
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