About Itron Utility Week EMEA

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Date:
 16-17 March

Location: Virtual Event

Itron Utility Week is our premier customer event that brings our community together—and has been an annual event in the Americas for several years. For the first time, we are bringing this event to our customers, partners and prospects in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. We have gathered industry experts, colleagues and thought leaders for a virtual conference unlike any other—one filled with opportunities to learn from one another, share fresh perspectives and open the door to endless possibilities through innovation.

Together, we can discover new ways to solve problems, improve operations and redefine the utility and smart city landscape. Join us for #IUWEMEA March 16-17, from 9.00 – 12.00 CET for thought-provoking keynotes, engaging and insightful sessions, and the opportunity to visit the virtual Knowledge Center to learn more about select Itron products and solutions. The virtual format of the conference enables you to customize your experience and access content on-demand during the event and after it concludes.

The event is open to all Itron customers, partners and prospects in the region, and although there is no cost to attend, registration is required.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Whether you’re a beginner looking to learn best practices, an industry veteran looking to maximize your smart utility and city investments or simply interested in joining the conversation, #IUWEMEA has something for everyone. This event is designed for employees of utilities, municipalities or cities that are involved with managing energy, water and/or city services. Topics covered will be of interest to people across the organization, from administration and support personnel to engineers and executives. #IUWEMEA

#IUWEMEA Agenda-at-a-Glance

March 16-17, 2021

March 16, 2021March 17, 2021
9.00 CET
Opening Keynote
Tom Deitrich, Itron president and CEO
Andrew Jones, Vice President — Sales

9.00 CET
Smart Water Distribution Strategies: Save More Than Just Water
Keys to Successful Grid Modernization Strategy
Leveraging MDMS to Modernize Settlements
10.00 CET
Leveraging Multi-Purpose Networks to Enable Digital Communities
Reducing Non-Revenue Water through Leak Detection
Forecasts that Account for COVID-19 Policies
10.00 CET
Accelerating EV Adoption: Grid Analytics and Charging Management
Modernizing a Water Network: Saving Time, Money and Resources
Maximize the Business Value of Your Data with MDM
11.00 CET
Utility Panel: Multi-Application Successes
Big Picture Smart City Session
Quantifying the Value & Benefits of Distributed Intelligence
11.00 CET
Closing Session with Q&A
Andrew Jones, Vice President — Sales