Say hi to our members at WEFTEC 2023 this year in Chicago, Illinois. Above all, we look forward to meeting industry experts across the water and wastewater space to discuss current trends and the future of the industry. Additionally, even if you miss us at the event, schedule a meeting with us to learn how we help improve operations with our data management and predictive analytics solutions.
In addition, HanAra Software’s General Manager Sarah Kline will co-present at the conference with members of the CDM Smith team. During the conference, she will be presenting on the application of our solution HanPHI in the water and wastewater industry. In sum, the session details are as follows:
Presentation: 1751 – The Devil’s In The Details: How Advanced Pattern Recognition Can Predict Equipment Failure
Time: 2:00 PM – 2:30 PM, Wednesday, October 4
Presented During: Advances in Preventative Maintenance
Presented During Time: 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM
Location: McCormick Place, Room S504c – Level 5
There is no better place than WEFTEC to meet water professionals from around the world and experience first-hand the best in water quality education, leading experts, the latest technology and trends, and proven solutions.
In addition, visit the event website for more information.
WEF is a not-for-profit technical and educational organization of more than 30,000 individual members and 75 affiliated Member Associations representing water quality professionals around the world. Since 1928, WEF and its members have protected public health and the environment.
Previously called the Federation of Sewage Works Associations (1928), the Federation of Sewage and Industrial Wastes Associations (1950), and the Water Pollution Control Federation (1960); the name was changed to the Water Environment Federation in 1991 to reflect an expanded focus of non-point and point sources of pollution.
WEF and its global network of members and Member Associations (MAs) provide water quality professionals around the world with the latest in water quality education, training, and business opportunities. Furthermore, WEF’s diverse membership includes scientists, engineers, regulators, academics, utility managers, plant operators, and other professionals. WEF uses this collective knowledge to further a shared goal of improving water quality around the world.
Finally, for additional information, visit their website.