Broomfield, Colorado USA, May 10, 2006 - MWH Soft, a leading global provider of environmental and water resources applications software, today announced that preparations are underway for the 2006 International User Conference (IUC), the most comprehensive and significant network modeling and analysis symposium in the water/wastewater industry. The event, slated for October 2-3, 2006 at the Marriott Fallsview & Spa in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, targets industry executives and decision makers involved in all aspects of the water distribution, wastewater and urban drainage field.
MWH Soft IUC provides an interactive forum for exploring the state of the art in water and wastewater infrastructure geoengineering; facilitating ongoing cooperation and exchange of technological innovations and proven solutions; and discussing the issues, regulatory activities and technological challenges that face the geoenvironmental community. This year's conference, themed Advances in Geospatial Infrastructure Modeling and Asset Management Technology, will attract delegates from water and wastewater utilities, engineering consultancies, and academic settings across the world, making it the largest gathering of MWH Soft users and geoengineering professionals worldwide.
"We designed the MWH Soft International User Conference exclusively for MWH Soft users, potential users, and partners with special interest in the water and wastewater industries," said Paul F. Boulos, Ph.D, President and Chief Operating Officer of MWH Soft. "We strive to make each conference informative, casual and fun, and we've watched this gathering evolve into the leading event in our industries. This year's conference will offer a wealth of critical learning experiences as well as an invaluable, dynamic forum for networking and exchanging cutting-edge developments, real-world strategies and solutions, and best practices with key industry figures. It's a terrific way to meet influential industry pioneers, glean ideas on taking an operation to the next level of productivity, and gain a competitive edge on the future."
Conference topics will include the latest advances
in transient analysis and GIS-centric modeling applications
along with proven ways to interface network models
with SCADA and alert notification systems, develop
improved water quality models, design effective unidirectional
flushing programs, build large-scale hydraulic and
water quality models, calibrate network models, optimize
system design/rehabilitation and operations, and improve
water security. The event will also look at the latest
developments in other critical areas, including innovative
master planning technologies and the role of GIS and
Asset Management in improving business performance.