Register now for Mi.Conference 2019Orlando — the annual gathering hosted by Mueller Water Products for utility management, field operations professionals and industry experts seeking maximum value from their water networks.
Gather with industry peers for three days of intensive learning sessions, hands-on training, valuable technical discussions, and insights with colleagues. Meet industry experts and influencers, make new friends and contacts, and establish lasting business relationships while enjoying fun networking events together in sunny Orlando, Florida. Discover why the annual Mi.Conference event has become so popular with water industry professionals who want to get the most from their water distribution infrastructure and information systems.
Training and Learning Leverage greater value from your Mueller Systems AMI, AMR water metering systems and Echologics leak detection platforms. Learn about management and field support best practices, enhancing operational efficiencies, expanding revenue potential, deploying new financial tools, customer service initiatives, future development and support roadmaps, and how to work smarter and make your infrastructure data work for you.
Collaborating and Sharing Team with other utility managers and industry professionals in brainstorming and problem-solving sessions. Exchange ideas, and share tips and techniques about installation and maintenance, field operations and deployment, system optimization and data models, and participate in interactive workshops, refresher sessions, and hands-on training from the experts at Mueller Systems and Echologics to get the most from your asset investments.
Teaching and Coaching Take valuable industry knowledge and expertise back home after the conference. Teach your team what you learned, and apply the latest best practices, efficiency tips, and new techniques to make their jobs easier. Coach your colleagues about optimizing water-metering systems, the advantages of pipeline leak detection and condition assessment, and new ways to harness your infrastructure data to overcome utility challenges.
Sylvester “Sly” James, Jr. is currently serving in his second term as Mayor of Kansas City, Missouri. During his tenure, Kansas City has enjoyed a renaissance boasting nationally recognized successes in modern transportation development, third grade reading initiatives, SMART City technology deployment and adoption of a 20 year infrastructure repair program. He serves on the advisory board of the U.S. Conference of Mayors, and is a past chair of the National Conference of Democratic Mayors, and the African-American Mayors Association. A life long Kansas Citian, he and his family have called Kansas City home for more than 60 years.
Anil Gosine is chair of the Strategic Efficiency Consortium — Security and Optimization Workgroup. Gosine has over 20 years of construction management, operations and engineering experience within the industrial sector with primary focus on electrical, instrumentation and automation in U.S., Canada and Central America. Previously, he managed the department-wide industrial control system (ICS) for the Detroit Water & Sewerage Department as well as pioneered their ICS Cyber-security program. Gosine is an active member of several professional organizations, participates in industry forums and technical committees, and leads the SEC Workgroup.
Russell Titus is a Senior Operations Superintendent at New Jersey American Water where he is responsible for the state’s water loss management strategy including preparing water audits, supervising proactive leak detection operations, and piloting new leakage and condition assessment technologies. He is currently managing one of the USA’s largest permanent acoustic monitoring networks for proactive leak detection. Russ shares his skills and knowledge throughout American Water’s operations and is active in contributing to operational API development and integration. Russ’s participation in the field of water loss management extends to active participation with AWWA. He is a long-standing member of the AWWA Water Loss Control Committee that has brought the recognized international criteria for water loss management to North America. He has served as secretary of the committee. He was one of several experts that reviewed the latest edition of the AWWA M36 Manual, Water Audits and Loss Control Programs. Russ graduated with Bachelor and master’s Degrees in Geophysical Science from Montclair State University and holds additional certifications from Rutgers University.
WHAT CONFERENCE ATTENDEES ARE SAYING
“Loved the round table events. Excellent value for the overall trip cost.”
“Thank you for hosting the conference. Networking and round table discussions are very beneficial.”
“Very informative really learned and I enjoyed the conference.”
“Lots of different session options to enhance my skills and development.”