New Delhi: Grundfos India, a world chief in superior pump options and water know-how, is the silver sponsor of the sixth Water Innovation Summit organized by the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII). The two-days digital convention, scheduled on December 15th and 16th 2020, will present a platform for the consultants throughout the globe and key stakeholders to share their views on the continuing water challenges and brainstorm on the doable options for a greater future. This occasion can have members from numerous nations, diplomats and consultants from the governments together with from the Ministry of Jal Shakthi, India.
The water trade is witnessing a fast adoption of digital applied sciences & options and this can profit the sector immensely. Intelligent applied sciences like AI (Artificial Intelligence), IoT (Internet of Things) are anticipated to develop into the spine of complete options that may handle the water challenges within the nation. Successful digital transformations would require the appropriate data switch, public-private partnerships and forward-looking investments.
Saravanan Panneer Selvam, General Manager, INDO Region, Grundfos stated, “Rapid unplanned urbanization, climate change, and inefficient management of water resources are all leading to major environmental and economic issues around the world. If these issues are not addressed with a sense of urgency, the ramifications will be devastating for all of us and the planet. What we need is a holistic approach to water, integration of intelligent and smart technologies with traditional and environment-friendly systems and strengthen the way we manage this resource. The future of water lies in adopting a sustainability mindset, technologies, policies and collaborations. We at Grundfos India, strongly advocate United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals #6 – focused on water and our association with this conference is a step towards bringing the key stakeholders together to help strengthen the water agenda.”
Ranganath N.Ok, Grundfos Water Ambassador, Grundfos India, might be chairing and moderating the session on ‘Resource Use and Allocation: Incentivizing Efficiency’ on the 15th December.