Water New Zealand's Smart Water Infrastructure Group is holding a workshop at the Water New Zealand Conference & Expo 2022 in Otautahi, Christchurch.
The aim of this workshop is an opportunity for a diverse range of people in the water sector to describe the data ('products') that they need and share with others in the sector. Knowledge sharing to describe using the framework.
Join facilitators' Rachael Casey, SWIG Chair and Taumata Arowai's Data and Insights Manager, Michael Howden in this workshop.
To attend this workshop you will need to register for the Water New Zealand Conference & Expo
Rachael Casey is the Water Collaborations Lead at Regional Asset Technical Accord (RATA). She has over 10 years’ experience in Water Quality and Forensic Science with a focus now on collaborative projects for the Waikato region in Three Waters Asset Management and Regulatory requirements. Rachael believes that sharing of knowledge and processes is a necessity for enabling best practice across New Zealand.
Michael has 20 years of international experience using data to solve complex problems in the water, environmental, humanitarian, and agricultural sectors. Through studies across regulation and systems thinking, he recognises the impact we can achieve through diverse ecosystems of organisations working together, the barriers to collaboration, and the opportunity that data can offer. At Taumata Arowai, Michael is working with organisations across the water sector to better inform drinking water regulation and provide evidence to help lift the water sector’s performance.