Following the continued success of our new network monitors, we were invited to one of the leading innovation events in the UK on 29th April to show the NephNet and ChlorNet in action.
The theme for the event was “Innovation in Action”, with a mix of excellent speakers, innovative technology demonstrations, interactive sessions and great networking opportunities. With over 350 guests from across the sectors to celebrate innovation, guests had the opportunity to explore how, together, we can drive innovation.
The exhibition was a great success, with many visitors from all around the world enquiring about a number of applications for network monitoring. ATi’s stand specialised in demonstrating our family of network monitors, including the popular NephNet and ChlorNet, in action. Also joining us on our stand was Simon Langham from Langham Controls. They were demonstrating their stand pipe that is used when flushing a DMA and measures flow, pressure and now turbidity by using the NephNet.
Live data from both the ChlorNet and NephNet demonstrated their excellent value in ‘real time’ monitoring. Dozens of leads came from the day with some very good conversations from various other industries, involved in utilising the data from network instrumentation. Although the travelling was tough, the day went really really well. It was great to meet up with people from the WRc, water industry and all the exhibitors, who had their own story to tell with regards to their innovative techniques and new way of thinking.
The WRc Innovation Day provided a central stage for ALL to network, communicate, innovate, debate and collaborate to enable solutions to evolve which can be taken forward. A day where innovation between people happens! A day that that brings together and encourages best practice and showcases the latest technologies.
We would like to say a big thank you to the WRc for all their hard work on setting the event up – all we heard were positive things throughout the day, and the catering was amazing…. we were spoilt for choice! We also hope that the selected charity, Swindon Blind Dogs, generated sufficient funds to make the day a success for them too.