Syrinix is delighted to announce sponsorship and participation of the 8th Global Leakage Summit, taking place in London on the 26th-28th September.
Syrinix host an afternoon workshop on Monday 26th September titled –
‘Transforming leakage and burst rates and risk management on utility supply networks’
- Ross Fisher, Water Strategy Technical Leader, Scottish Water
- Benoit Cliché, formerly Veolia Eau Regional Director for Aude Pyrénées Orientals, France
- Tjibbe Bouma, Managing Director, Quasset BV, Netherlands
- Additional UK utility representatives
2pm – Welcome and introduction from James Dunning, Syrinix CEO
2.10pm – The Active Risk Management of Strategic Supplies
Applying a full spectrum asset profiling strategy, including criticality, integrity, resilience, and hydraulic performance, to identify appropriate risk management and monitoring solutions for different asset classes. Ross Fisher will provide an overview of the sector leading work being undertaken by Scottish Water to optimise the performance of its supply network. The pan-network risk management of its critical trunk mains now being implemented by Thames Water will also be reviewed.
2.30pm – Q & A
2.40pm – Revealing and Mitigating the Hidden Impact of Transients on Supply Networks
Benoit Cliché, the former Regional Director of Veolia Eau in South West France will provide practical examples from France of investigating the often hidden role of transients in burst events.
Examples will also be provided from the UK water sector of using high resolution monitoring solutions to reduce leak and burst rates not by finding and fixing faster but by avoiding their occurrence in the first place.
3pm – Q & A
3.10pm – Supply Network Management in the Netherlands
Tjibbe Bouma, of Quasset BV, will provide a review of asset monitoring in the Netherlands including the potential use of 3D technologies for asset inspection.
3.30pm – Q & A
3.40pm – 4pm – Refreshment Break
4pm – Michelle Ashford, Bristol Water
The transition to an effective integrated network management approach
It is no longer enough to repair bursts and replace mains. We need to understand how our assets are performing, in order to target areas for investment to realise the maximum benefits. Through an integrated network management approach, we are looking to truly understand how our network functions, addressing bursts, leakage and quality issues, whilst building a longer term view of risk. This will enable us to improve and target our incident management to ensure that levels of service to our customers are maintained.
4.20pm – Q & A
4.30pm – Close with final Q&A – James Dunning, Syrinix
If you would like to join us at this prestigious event please click here and use GLS16SPEX for 15% off usual registration.
We look forward to welcoming you in London.