We’re back baby! And it feels so good! Our Master Meter team is headed out to water conferences in September and we couldn’t be more excited.
First up, we’ll be headed to Milwaukee for the WaterPro Conference hosted by the National Rural Water Association. Next, we’ll be rolling out the red carpet for utility leaders at the Smart Water Summit in Ponte Vedra, FL. Both of these great events in September offer the chance to listen and learn from the best minds in the water industry. We can’t wait to hear about all the challenges you’ve been facing because that’s how we develop the innovative solutions thousands of utilities rely on today.
In-person water conferences are critical to the success of every great utility. There’s nowhere better for leaders to exchange knowledge as openly and fluidly as we do at these events. The webinars and virtual conferences this past year were a necessary substitute, but we would much rather meet in person because, frankly, some of those virtual events were a snooze-fest.
We’ve long been a sponsor and participant at the Smart Water Summit because this is the most intimate setting for utility leaders and technology companies to come together to discuss best practices in collecting, processing, and analyzing water data. Ian Macleod, Vice President of Marketing, will be dropping knowledge on attendees during his Tuesday morning session titled, “There’s Never Been a Better Time to Get Wet.” Bacon, coffee, table talk, and advance meter infrastructure (AMI) – what could be better?
Get ready to pick up the latest product literature, shake hands (sanitizing before and after), and mingle with our team at the WaterPro Conference in Milwaukee. We’ll be at booth 1011 metering out knowledge one attendee at a time!
We’ll continue to circulate at water conferences this coming year. We plan to be at AWWA North American Water Loss Conference in December at booth 324. As the major conferences make decisions for 2022, we’ll be updating you on where we are going to be. Follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter to stay up-to-date.