TaKaDu takes an active part in many water loss and water management events worldwide. Take a look at upcoming events where you can find us:
|IWC New Developments in IT & Water Conference|
Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 8-10 February 2015
The New Developments in IT & Water Congress is an international event that will include the depth and breadth of relevant IT solutions in every aspect of the water cycle, recognising that while IT solutions in water management are implemented locally, research and best practice are advanced through sharing results and knowledge globally.
|SWAN Annual Global Conference 2015|
London, England 29-30 April 2015
SWAN 2015 - The fifth annual global conference by SWAN - The Smart Water Network Forum.
The Conference will bring together the key voices in the smart water space from across the industry and around the world.
|ACE15 American Water Works Association Annual Conference|
Anaheim, California, 7-11 June 2015
Established in 1881, the American Water Works Association is the largest nonprofit, scientific and educational association dedicated to managing and treating water, the world’s most important resource. With approximately 50,000 members, AWWA provides solutions to improve public health, protect the environment, strengthen the economy and enhance our quality of life.
|Fenasan - National Exhibition on Sanitation and Environment Services |
São Paulo, Brazil, 4-6 August 2015
Fenasan’s main objectives is to promote and disseminate the technology applied in the sanitation sector, as well as the exchange of information, the showcase of products and the technological development of systems used in water treatment and supply, sewage, drainage of pluvial water, laboratory analysis, adduction and supply, waste collection systems and waste management, bringing together the main manufactures and suppliers of products and services for the sanitation industry and related sectors.
|WATEC Israel 2015|
Tel Aviv, Israel, 13-15 October 2015
WATEC Israel 2015 will bring together thousands of top Israeli and international business executives, politicians, decision makers and leading researchers, to foster substantive debate and insights, on the key issues facing the world's water and ecological systems.
We have greater visibility into the water network and can manage our network in a smarter and more effective way, saving us water”
Aaron Rosenberg, Deputy CEO for Water Supply, Hagihon, Jerusalem's Water & Sewage Company