Instrument based control systems for clean water or wastewater

Date: 29th January 2020

Location: National Railway Museum, York

Overview

The use of instrumentation is becoming increasingly more important in the Water Industry as we don’t just use instrumentation for monitoring purposes but control of processes too. With the advent of the smart water industry there is a huge potential to use instrumentation and data-based control systems to make large efficiencies on both water & wastewater systems.

Programme: 

09:30  Tea, Coffee & registration

10:00   Introduction by the Chairman. Oliver Grieveson, Z Tech Control Systems

10:10 Instrumented Control Systems AMP6 Vs. AMP7 – Challenges With Network Deployments.   Danny O’Connor – United Utilities

10:40 Real-Time Control in practice – Case Studies from Thames Water & Veolia. Martin Butterfield, Hach

11:10  Tea & Coffee

11:40 Benefits of optimisation throughout the Water Recycling network system.  Lorenzo Pompa, Anglian Water

12:10 [Title to be confirmed] – Oliver Puckering, Xylem Analytics

12:40 Discussion & Lunch including SWIG AGM

14:00 Multi-parameter instrumentation-based systems for wastewater treatment control.  Rob Stevens, RS Hydro

14:30  [Title to be confirmed] – David Brydon, Blackwell Consulting 

15:00   Microbial Activity Monitoring – Jamie Duncan, QCL

15:30 Organic Load & Toxicity Monitoring with BES - Opportunities for Process Control.  Martin Spurr, Newcastle University
 
16:00  Discussion & close

Prices: £95 inc VAT for SWIG members;  £171 inc VAT for non-members; £22 for students.Literature may be distributed for a fee of £71 and a limited number of table top displays are available at £136 each.

For further information and to book your place.

Or alternatively contact Rosa Richards, SWIG

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