Not Your Grandmother's Water Company:

How Advances in Information and Communication Technologies Are Improving Water Management in an Age of Tightening Supply

5:30 – 8:00 PM, Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Wireless metering, automated leak detection, mobile technology, instant alerts to customers, infrastructure inventory.... A variety of advances in information and communications technologies are transforming the way that water and water infrastructure are being managed. With featured panelists affiliated with the Water Innovations Alliance (, join us for a discussion of new technologies, their promise for better water management, and the challenges of bringing newly developed tools online.


  • Kyle Reissner - Senior Product Marketing Manager for Automation Software GE Intelligent Platforms
  • Cat Shrier, Ph.D., P.G. - CEO/Founder, WaterCitizen.Com
  • Vincent Caprio, COO - Water Innovations Alliance



Click here for event flyer .


5:30 pm: Registration & refreshments

6:30 pm: Panel Presentation

7:30 pm: Q&A

8:00 pm: Adjourn


Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments
777 North Capitol Street, NE, Suite 300, Washington, DC


Public transportation:

Closest metro station is Union Station (Red Line). 


Parking is available in a garage underneath the building.



Registration fees:

$10 - members


$5 - studentmembers

$15 - non-members


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