With the latest PEFTEC and WWT Drinking Water Quality conferences fast approaching, we would like to invite our customers in the water and gas industries to visit ATi and get a glimpse of our exciting, pioneering products and services.
WWT – Drinking Water Quality Conference
ATi UK’s Operations Director Europe Mike Strahand and Sales Director Europe Garry Tabor are gearing up to take part in the UK’s leading event for water company directors, chief scientists and water quality experts addressing drinking water challenges from source to tap.
The WWT Drinking Water Quality Conference is all about pushing boundaries – going ‘beyond compliance’ to take water quality to a new level. This fits perfectly with ATi’s belief of leading the way in smart sensor technology, developing network and water quality monitors that have a profound impact on the way the UK water industry measure and manage water quality.
On 2nd November at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole, ATi will exhibit our state-of-the-art MetriNet monitor, along with our other range of groundbreaking Network Monitors, all of which are a brand-new approach to smart sensor technology with amazing capabilities. Our leading, cutting-edge range of sensors offer unique benefits that no other monitors can provide. ATi’s range of network monitors, which also includes the NephNet and ChlorNet, are designed for helping water companies improve compliance, reduce complaints and increase their SIM scores by providing better measurement, understanding and management of their water distribution networks. The MetriNet offers a sustainable solution to meet the complex challenges currently facing the water sector.
PEFTEC – Petroleum, Refining, Environmental Monitoring Technologies Conference
PEFTEC takes place on 29th and 30th November in Antwerp in Belgium and is a focused international conference and exhibition for Analytical Chemists, Scientists, Process Operators, Laboratory Personnel and Environmental Managers who work in around the Petroleum, Refining, Chemical and Petrochemical industries.
ATi’s Head of Fire and Gas Detection, Mark Bastable, along with Garry Tabor, will take this opportunity to exhibit our Gold Standard Fire and Gas Detection systems, including the world’s only AutoTest feature. They will be on hand to discuss Not only do we offer complete one-stop fire and gas solutions
PEFTEC features a high-level conference programme, over 80 free technical seminars and an exhibition represented by over 250 Instrument and Service providers. Topics and products featured at PEFTEC 2017 will include Laboratory testing and measurement, Petrochemical Analysis, Emissions Monitoring in air, water and soil, portable and field sampling, reference materials, oil analysis, calibration, International & Industrial Regulation, standards, Quality Assurance, Measurement Techniques & Technologies.
End-users at PEFTEC will have the perfect opportunity to network, source and compare products, discuss applications and technology with colleagues and other industry experts.
We believe that the UK water industry and our European gas customers have a lot to gain by joining us at the WWT and PEFTEC events this year.
By visiting ATi, you will get the chance to see our market-leading monitors in action, plus we can discuss any solutions to application issues and catch up on the exciting times ahead involving our various new projects, initiatives, monitors and technologies.
We look forward to welcoming you to our stands and if you would need any more details on where to find us, or would like to pre-arrange a time to meet with us, then please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
SWIG - Innovation brokerage workshop
Join ATi and a host of other water professionals at the next SWIG event on 22 November 2017, hosted by the Water Innovation Research Centre at the University of Bath. There is a wealth of new technology and innovation being developed in UK universities, which often translates into the development of new products in industry. Successful translation and exploitation of academic research depends on recognising potential and forming necessary collaborations. This SWIG Innovation workshop is designed to bring together academic research groups and interested companies to identify potential technologies, collaboration, and exploitation opportunities in the area of sensor technologies developed for use in water.
The need for new sensor technologies for water is often driven by legislation and the need for regular measurements at lower concentrations, or the need for more rapid or more reliable measurements made at remote sensing sites. This encompasses a wide range of technologies that are used for measuring physical, chemical or biological parameters in or of water. For examples sensors that measure water pressure, height or chemical and biosensors for measuring dissolved components, pollutants or microorganisms. How remote sensors and sensor networks communicate reliably and securely, energy harvesting and data management are other important technology areas that form part of a modern water sensing system.