On February 23-24, 2021, the Rheticus Network Alert team will join the 2021 virtual edition of World Water-Tech Innovation Summit, the annual event where water utilities from all over the globe come to find solutions to today’s challenges of digitisation, security, energy recovery and new water resources.
The Rheticus team leader Sergio Samarelli, CTO of Planetek Italia, will join the "Digitising Wastewater: The Rise of the Smart Sewer" session, scheduled for Wednesday, 24 February at 13,45, to showcase Rheticus Network Alert, the innovative service based on radar satellite data designed for Water and Wastewater network management and maintenance, introducing a data-driven and proactive approach to inspection and maintenance activities.
Full information on the summit programme, speakers and delegate registration is available at worldwatertechinnovation.com
Drop by our virtual booth or get in touch to book a 1-2-1 meeting: https://www.rheticus.eu/contacts/
About World Water-Tech Innovation Summit 2021
World Water-Tech brings together 300+ water leaders, tech innovators and investors for two days of collaboration, dialogue and deal-making. Networking is made easy, including advance connections with speakers and delegates via a 1:1 meeting system and a dedicated networking hub throughout the summit.
Developing Resilient Water Systems for a Sustainable Future.
As the global challenges of climate change, population growth, urbanisation, flooding and drought ramp up the pressure on water utilities to secure future supply, breakthrough solutions in water efficiency, resiliency and sustainability is needed.
The World Water-Tech Innovation Summit team has hand-picked seven water-tech companies offering innovative solutions in leak detection, water quality enhancement, energy efficiency, water reuse, continuous sensing and real-time network management.
Rheticus Network Alert team is among the seven water-tech companies that will join the Summit to present its World Smart City Award winning solution service enabling predictive maintenance of pipeline networks.
Using satellite monitoring combined with operational data, Rheticus Network Alert reduces the cost of sewer and water system maintenance by monitoring potential breakdowns of the pipes caused by subsidence or human-induced ground instability. Rheticus Network Alert currently monitors more than 40,000 km of sewer and water pipelines managed by utility companies in Europe.
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