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04.03.2019

Advertisement: Malaysia International Water Convention (MIWC) 2019: Advancing Innovation, Embracing Technology, Securing the Future

Malaysia International Water Convention (MIWC) 2019 will be held at Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Centre Kuala Lumpur on 1-3 October 2019 brought to you by Malaysian Water Association (MWA). MIWC is your one stop shop for insights and new connections. MIWC offers different programmes: the Water Utilities Leaders Summit, Conference, Exhibition, Award Programs and more.

Malaysia International Water Convention (MIWC) 2019 will be held at Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Centre Kuala Lumpur on 1-3 October 2019 brought to you by Malaysian Water Association (MWA). MWA has been organising Water Malaysia, a biennial international exhibition and conference that encompasses all across the entire water cycle, since 1991. Water Loss Asia 7th edition, a specialized Non-Revenue Water event will also be held concurrently. These two events alone bring over 4,500 water professionals, 500 delegates and around 250 convening organizations from more than 30 countries.

The water and wastewater industries are facing many challenges today. Utilities have to do more with less. We are on the verge of great transformation. While it may be premature to claim water management’s arrival in the digital age, we can herald the eventuality, chart the progress, and examine potential implications.

MIWC2019 is designed to prepare industry professionals to be future-ready for embracing disruptions to transform the water sector to secure our future. Key to a successful, sustainable, and low-cost water and wastewater service relies on breaking down resistance to technological innovation and new ways of working. With this objective in view, MIWC2019 will focus on Transformation of Water Utilities and Water 4.0 in the new era of Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) which is well underway with 17 aspiration goals, 169 targets and 232 indicators seeking nothing less than global transformation. It will help the water utilities to discover cutting edge technologies and learn how digital disruptions affect Water Utilities value chain, and the best practices for transforming water utilities. It will enable participants and exhibitors to stay ahead of the curve and to get the vibe of the current and future market trends and how we can take advantage of them.

MIWC’s programme will cover the following main and side events:

  • Water Utilities Leaders’ Summit
  • MIWC 2019 Conference
  • Water Malaysia Expo
  • Water Loss Asia Conference and Exhibition (WLA2019)
  • Water Awards Programme
  • Young Water Professionals Workshops
  • Technical Tour
  • Networking Events

MIWC’s focus on Water 4.0 will bring together scientists, engineers, governmental representatives, international aid agencies, technology innovators and utility companies from around the world to share the most relevant water-related topics and issues for discussion, and presents the latest products, innovations and solutions and technologies for the water industry.

The conference topics will embrace a wide range of areas including cutting edge technologies and solutions:
  • Integrated Water Resources Management
  • River Management
  • Water and Wastewater Management
  • NRW Management
  • Climate Change
  • Disaster Risks Management
  • Green Technologies
  • Flood Management
  • GIS & Mapping System
  • Driving Innovations Within Regulatory Frameworks
  • Financing Infrastructure for Utility of the Future
  • IoT, Robotics, Artificial Intelligence within Utilities
  • Is Water 4.0 The Future?

We are pleased to announce that we have started calling for papers with deadline on 31st May 2019. More details on Call for papers

Contact us to secure your booth:

Office +6 03 6140 6666
Fax +6 03 6140 8833
Email water@protempgroup.com
Website www.miwc.tech
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