Acoustic Sensing Technology’s SewerBatt ™ product range will be among the many innovative high-tech products on show at the upcoming ‘Business Rocks’ exhibition in Manchester on 21st – 22nd April and at the Water Industry Asset Management Conference in Birmingham on the 28th.
It is the first time that the company, owners of the unique SewerBatt ™ suite of acoustic products, has attended the Business Rocks event, and a real hands on treat is planned to show just how 21st Century sound based technology is changing the way a nation’s infrastructure is monitored.
“We are really delighted to be taking SewerBatt ™ to Business Rocks in Manchester and the Water Industry Asset Conference” says Business Development Director Dave Cockerill.
With regards to Business Rocks we are looking forward to what should be a really vibrant show”.
“It is a different type of event for us, but one where we will be able to showcase our game changing technology to organisations and investors from around the world.
“Our products are making infrastructure owners think differently about how they manage their assets and resources in the future, to mitigate increased flood & pollution events resulting from climate change and growing population. We are delivering real tangible benefits in Water, Rail and Highways – not only achieving real time cost savings, but enabling our customers to plan more effectively for the future. We believe ‘Business Rocks’ will help us to showcase this highly effectively.”
4th annual WWT Water Industry Asset Management Conference in Birmingham on the 28th April.
Just a week later SewerBatt ™ will be on show again, this time in Birmingham. Dave explained the reason behind attending – “SewerBatt ™ and our brand new data analysis platform, which delivers survey results in near-real time to help improve the management of the drainage network, and minimise future blockage and flood events, are capable of making a real impact on the sector. We believe the audience at this event is perfect for us”.
“Improving the serviceability of pipe networks which deliver wastewater services is our core competency. We have a significant role to play in helping clients to save money, be more efficient in their delivery, and ultimately to deliver better customer service”.
“We are looking forward to discussing how we can provide a total packaged solution to buried infrastructure management and smart operations in the 21st Century during this event”.
Dave Cockerill is Business Development Director for Acoustic Sensing Technology. For more information, http://acousticsensing.co.uk/category/latest-news/