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            Webinar – Digital Water and Smart Networks

            DWF and The Institute of Water Midlands Area would like to invite you to attend their upcoming webinar discussing the digitalisation of the water sector.
            Energy

            Date
            29 May 2020 14:00
            to
            29 May 2020 15:00

            Locations
            Online Webinar

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            Digital innovations have changed so much of our personal and working lives. Smart technologies are revolutionising the water industry and provide optimism in the face of the many challenges around water scarcity, security and resilience in the years ahead. The event will discuss the issues reshaping the industry and the solutions being developed.

            The webinar is being led by Manbir Thandi, Co-Head of Water and Utilities at DWF; he will be joined by the following speakers:

            • John Brewington, Innovation Trials Practice Lead, Severn Trent Water
            • Sam Bright, Innovation Programme Manager, Yorkshire Water
            • Paul Haggerty, Vice President of Utilities and Head of UK Water Sector, Capgemini Invent

            There will be an opportunity for Q&A with the speakers at the end of the presentations.

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