Sensing in Water 2017

Sensors can enable both operational and capital efficiency savings. Join the Sensing in Water Interest Group (SWIG) at the Nottingham Belfry on 27-28 September 2017 for its fourth biennial conference and exhibition, Sensing in Water 2017, to learn how water sensor technologies can help to deliver value from the micro to the macro scale in the water treatment cycle.

Stay up to date with the latest developments from end users, regulators, researchers and manufacturers of water sensors & related technology. Presentations will range from the micro (sensor design), through process control and network monitoring, to the use of monitoring at the catchment scale, including clean water, wastewater and environmental applications.

The conference keeps growing - in 2015, 180 people attended Sensing in Water over the two days of the conference, including 12 major water companies. 40 exhibitors presented their products and services in the exhibition, many of whom are repeat customers at our conference.

Who should attend: water companies, consultants, regulators, researchers, sensor manufacturers and distributors.

Keynote speakers include:

  • Andy Blackhall, Water Strategy Manager, Dwr Cymru Welsh Water
  • Chris Thomas, Deputy Director, Monitoring, Analysis & Innovation, Environment Agency


27 September 2017
• University of Loughborough
• University of Warwick
• Photometer
• HORIBA Scientific Edison
• Z-Tech
• Affinity Water
• University of Birmingham
• Severn Trent Water

28 September 2017
• Environmental Monitoring Solutions
• Pulsar-Process Measurement
• Syrinix
• Reece Innovation
• Environment Agency
• Process Measurement & Analysis
• Seabird Scientific
• LNE, France

For more info and to book a place, click here or visit:

SWIG is a not-for-profit, knowledge-exchange and networking group with a diverse UK-wide membership. It holds workshops covering all aspects of water sensing.

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