Amsterdam: Low water loss means high interest in the next level of efficiency

November 4, 2011 at 8:15 pm Leave a comment

It was a long week in Amsterdam, but it was worth the effort. TaKaDu is now a proud veteran of the International Water Week in Amsterdam this week – and more specifically, the Aquatech exhibition.

During the four days of this huge show (over 20,000 visitors, according to the organizers) we found out that the European market is thirsty for smarter solutions in the field of water network management and monitoring. Despite the downturn – and maybe because of the downturn, water utilities from all over Europe are eager to invest in making water distribution networks more efficient through the use of data. Dutch utilities are typically very efficient and water loss is quite low, which means that they are ready to move to the next level of efficiency – automation of network monitoring.

As you can see on the right, Eddy Segal, our Sales Director, took the (Aqua)stage on the first day of the exhibition as part of the Smart Water workshop. The audience, comprising leading utilities and vendors, was quite engaged.

Aquatech also marked the first public exposure of Version 4 of TaKaDu – a true upgrade from the previous version. The feedback we received from visitors to our booth was heart-warming!

But we can’t rest on our laurels – not quite yet… we are now getting ready to the next International trade show – WATEC Israel 2011 which will be held in Tel-Aviv in two weeks.


Entry filed under: Industry events, Innovation, IWA, Smart Water Grid, TaKaDu Marketing. Tags: , , .

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