Presented by the ISA Water and Wastewater Industries Division, in collaboration with the WEF Intelligent Water Technology Committee and the Chesapeake AWWA Section, the WWAC Symposium helps professionals in the water and wastewater industries understand how instrumentation, SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition), and automatic control applications are vital to the treatment and distribution of water; the collection and treatment of wastewater; and the management of stormwater. The symposium also provides an excellent opportunity to gain valuable technical information, networking, professional development, and continuing education credits (CEUs and PDHs).
Two full days of expert presentations on instrumentation, system integration, automation, plant case studies, new technologies, optimization, SCADA, HMI, human factors and alarm management.
Take advantage of multiple networking opportunities to meet and speak with other industry professionals.
Technical talks, coffee breaks, lunches, exhibit hall, and evening reception at a focused event
Earn continuing education units (CEU) and professional development hours (PDH) for attending the sessions and ISA training courses.
Exhibiting at and/or being a sponsor of the ISA Water/Wastewater and Automatic Controls Symposium (WWAC) puts you face-to-face with a variety of industry professionals searching for your products, services, and insights! Use this focused event to build key business alliances and meet new prospects.
Meet and network with professionals who are responsible for the automation, instrumentation, and operating aspects of water/wastewater facilities across North America. According to a recent US EPA study, there are over 16,000 water plants in the USA, and more than 21,000 wastewater plants. This does not even include the plants in Canada, Mexico, Central/South America and beyond. Tap into the automation professionals that help keep these plants up and running.
Attendees include the engineers and operations staff who make the day to day decisions at plants and have great deal of influence on purchasing decisions. Our symposium attendees also include individuals such as operations managers, project managers, control engineers and business managers who have an important role to play in new facility installations and upgrades to existing plants.
About the ISA Water/Wastewater Industries Division:
The ISA Water and Wastewater Industries Division (WWID) is concerned with all aspects of instrumentation and automated-control related to commercial and public systems associated with water and wastewater management. Membership in the WWID provides the latest news and information relating to instrumentation and control systems in water and wastewater management, including water processing and distribution, as well as wastewater collection and treatment. The division holds an annual symposium that features presentations by industry practitioners and published proceedings. More information can be found at www.isa.org/wwid/.
About the ISA:
Founded in 1945, the International Society of Automation (www.isa.org) is a leading, global, nonprofit organization that is setting the standard for automation by helping over 30,000 worldwide members and other professionals solve difficult technical problems, while enhancing their leadership and personal career capabilities. Based in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, ISA develops standards; certifies industry professionals; provides education and training; publishes books and technical articles; and hosts conferences and exhibitions for automation professionals. ISA is the founding sponsor of The Automation Federation (www.automationfederation.org).