We’re busy setting up our online platform ready to exhibit virtually at WWEM (The Water, Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring) event on 13th-14th October 2121.
It’s our first virtual exhibition and we’re really looking forward to seeing what it brings. Of course it’s a great opportunity to be able to network with customers old and new but it also gives us the chance to interact with international prospects and users who aren’t normally able to attend live events. As an attendee you can access all conference and technical presentations and as an exhibitor we can arrange virtual meetings, video calls and more.
What will we be showcasing?
Our virtual platform will give you the opportunity to speak to the team about your potential off-grid projects and view a range of case studies showcasing our products. You will also be able to view product datasheets, photos and videos of our complete range including our new Off-Grid Base Station and Off-Grid LoRaWAN Gateway.
Other Leading Edge products on show will be our unique Vertical Axis Wind Turbines that provide power in challenging climates such as the Antarctic and our pre-configured Leading Edge PowerBox, which is a complete remote power system ideal for use in remote locations.
What is WWEM?
WWEM is a virtual and in person event that focuses on Instrumentation and services for water and wastewater process monitoring. WWEM offers a technical program aimed at keeping you up to date with the latest trends, regulations, methods, techniques and technologies.
What are the topics?
Process Monitoring, Laboratory analysis, Current and Future regulation, Control and Instrumentation, Operator Monitoring, Data acquisition, Odour monitoring and treatment, Online monitoring, Lead Detection, Pumping solutions and Flow/Level Measurement.
Who will be there?
· Industry, Process operators, Environmental Managers, Control and Instrument users and Planners from across all industries who test, analyse, monitor and treat water and wastewater now or in the future.
· Policy makers and regulators from local authorities and Environmental agencies
· Scientists and academics
· Solution providers and consultants
The event is going back to a hybrid exhibition in 2022 where we’ll be exhibiting live but you can also still access remotely. We hope to see you there!