Industry Events: WISA 2018, SASEC & Drones Conference
WISA (Water Institute of Southern Africa’s Biennial Conference & Exhibition 2018)
24 – 27 June 2018
CTICC, Cape Town
The central theme of “Breaking barriers, Connecting ideas” seeks to address past, existing and future water resource challenges by promoting collaboration, cooperation and integration within the water sector. The Southern African region faces increased uncertainty and vulnerability regarding water supply. The following thematic areas for the conference seek to promote, inspire and demonstrate the value of working beyond existing mandates and perceived restrictions. While an emphasis is placed on Southern African case studies and research, international examples applicable to the Southern African context are welcome.
Tel: +27 11 463 5085
SASEC (Southern African Solar Energy Conference)
25 – 27 June 2018
Blue Waters Hotel, Durban
The conference will focus on both Solar Photovoltaic and Solar Thermal Energy technology systems and applications. The conference provides the opportunity for researchers, engineers, technologists and individuals to share and discuss recent developments in the field. It is a particularly good opportunity for postgraduate students to showcase their research progress, network and develop knowledge of solar energy technologies.
Tel: +27 21 406 6167
28 – 29 June 2018
Emperors Palace, Johannesburg
The conference comprise breakaway sessions where professionals in various industries mining, agriculture, GIS, land surveying, recreation included will explore how UAVs can be put to optimal use in their field of expertise. The conference will also tackle the technical aspect of drone use; there will be expert analysis of how data is gathered and processed and how it will be interpreted in the overall context of of the successful operations of an organisation. Presentations will be accompanied by live demonstrations of drones at work, as well as an exhibition place where a comprehensive variety of UAVs will be on show.
Tel: +27 11 886 0433
If you are interested in becoming one of our subscribers, please visit our website.
To view notes with screenshots on how to use our website, please visit our Wiki site.
To view more articles, please visit our blog.