The tradeshow will take place 20–22 September at the Taipei World Trade Center Exhibition Hall 1 in Taipei.
Visitors are invited to pre-register for free access to the exhibition on the official website at www.taiwanintlwaterweek.com.
With a special emphasis on wastewater treatment and smart water technology, TIWW 2023 will showcase state-of-the-art technologies and applications in the water resources industry.
TIWW 2023 will feature six exhibit areas: Reclaimed Water & Treatment; Transport & Storage; Smart Water Technology; Water Purification Equipment & Drinking Water; Process Control Technology & Automation; and Water Environment & Other Services.
Exhibitors from Taiwan include government agencies, industry leaders, and research institutes from Taiwan such as the Water Resources Agency of the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), Sun Mines Electrics, Kan-I International, Pro Uni-d, and Fluid Power. International companies from six countries, such as Fluence from the US, Veolia from France, AVK Valves from Denmark, and Johnson Screens from Australia, will also showcase their technologies and solutions during the show.
Highlighted exhibits at TIWW 2023 include ITRI's smart control of water treatment, integrating AIoT, automation and water treatment expertise to develop intelligent solution packages for diverse water treatment units; JNC Technology's IoT water quality monitoring sensor, leveraging AI sensors, IoT controllers, and green energy to offer real-time data access and sensor operation conditions through a cloud platform; and L&F Technology’s cooling tower smart management solution, utilizing patented algorithms to precisely monitor cooling tower performance and deliver precise measurement data around the clock.
TIWW 2023 will also feature a range of events, including international forums, market briefings, water resource seminars, new product launches, and procurement meetings, aiming to provide visitors with valuable insights into the latest technologies and market trends, as well as a networking platform to foster business partnerships and opportunities.
Alongside the challenges posed by water scarcity, there also opportunities. Taiwan’s President Tsai recently emphasized the severity of issues related to extreme weather events and stressed the urgency of accelerating water infrastructure development. In response, the Taiwanese government has allocated over NT$180 billion through initiatives like the Forward-looking Infrastructure Development Program to guarantee a stable water supply. Additionally, the Executive Yuan of Taiwan has approved a special budget this year to enhance water infrastructure projects nationwide, including wastewater treatment plants, desalination plants, and reservoir pipeline connections, to strengthen water resource resilience.
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