Speaker presentations

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ENABLING THE SMART REVOLUTION: UNITING TECHNOLOGY, BUSINESS & PEOPLE  

Smart water mid-AMP review: a look at what we have achieved and what is to come
Ben Tam, CEO, Isle 

Innovation cultures and collaboration in smart water
Angela MacOscar, Head of innovation, Northumbrian Water

Integrating digital delivery as business as usual 
Adam Bear, Strategic digital manager, Wessex Water

Lessons learned on the journey so far: a supply chain point of view
Beatrice Martin, Head of clean water, Xylem Water Solutions UK

REGULATORY KEYNOTE 

Ofwat’s ambitions for smart technology in water
Harry Armstrong, Director for regulatory policy, Ofwat

SMART SOLUTIONS TO LEAKAGE & DEMAND MANAGEMENT  

The role of digital twins in Portsmouth Water’s target for 50% leakage reduction by 2050
Jim Barker, Head of water resources, leakage and smart networks, Portsmouth Water  

SES Water’s iDMA – Building an intelligent network
Daniel Woodworth, Head of asset strategy, SES Water  

The impact of real-time data on PCC targets and demand management  
Heather Smith, Senior lecturer in water governance, Cranfield University

BREAKOUT SESSIONS 

A: SMART STRATEGIES FOR THE CUSTOMER & THE ENVIRONMENT  

Ben Ward, Head of asset performance and innovation, South West Water 
Karen Dee, General manager for wastewater services, Scottish Water  & Andrew Tyler, Scotland Hydro Nation Chair, University of Stirling
Clare McCaffery, Chief commercial officer, DirectID

B: DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES  

Richard Powell, Innovation relationship lead, Severn Trent
Jody Knight, Asset technology manager, Wessex Water
Jeremy Heath, Innovation manager, SES Water
Keith King, Asset health manager, Anglian Water

DATA & INTELLIGENT OPERATIONS  

National Digital Twin: delivering data infrastructure for the information economy 
Mark Enzer, Director, Centre for Digital Built Britain

Going beyond a great idea: why some solutions flourish and others may flounder
Katrina Flavell, Technical specialist – clean water networks, Yorkshire Water

Big Data Framework for drinking water quality
Greg Kyritsakas, University of Sheffield 

  

I’m pleased to be able to share with you a presentation by Sydney Water showcasing their work on sensing and system performance to minimise leaks and breaks. We hope you enjoy it – if you wish to get in touch with the Sydney Water team, please let me know.

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