Water resources are important factors in driving the country’s economy in all dimensions including the industrial, tourism, agriculture, and commerce sector. In the past, the Thai Government guidelines in water management originally intended to use only water from natural sources but now promote circulating and recycling water as an alternative water source. For the water service sector – transitioning to a circular economy presents an opportunity to accelerate and scale-up recent scientific and technological advances that support greater efficiency in the sector. It is also necessary to introduce innovations and technologies in water management system which can provide a more resilient and efficient water supply system, reducing costs and improving sustainability.
Participants can be sure to gain insights on the Government Water Management Policy and Plan, the Role of Water Management in the circular economy, and technology currently available.
Water is a scares resource which is depleting every single day. Ensuring water sustainability and resilience with the current and future technology is no longer an option. What is the bigger picture of tomorrow water network system?
Digitalization is the answer for the future network water system. The adoption of digitalization has been further accelerated due to the Covid-19 locked down. Smart instrumentations, data transmission and analytics opens up the possibility for water consumption prediction and predictive maintenance. Data integration is scalable and can be fully integrated to any third party or existing cloud via API. In future, artificial intelligence with machine learning will enable plant to be run autonomously. Let digitalization helps you to:
• Maximize transparency of water networks anywhere, anytime to enable operational reliability.
• Automate your distributed sensors to ensure compliance and eliminate manual data collection.
• Optimize your network availability to improve operational efficiency and reduce commercial losses.