Kitchener, Ontario – April 27, 2018 – EMAGIN Inc. is pleased to announce that it will be Exhibiting as part of the IFAT trade fair taking place in Munich, Germany from May 14-18.
EMAGIN will exhibit as part of the Canadian Pavilion in Hall C2 (Booth #305-404), hosted by Messe München. This Pavilion is supported by a trade mission component where, with the backing of the Provincial and Federal Government, EMAGIN will meet with a curated group of end users and potential local partners. This list has been made through consultation with AHP International.
IFAT is “the World’s Leading Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Waste and Raw Materials Management, and is a place where visitors can find strategies and solutions for using resources in intelligent cycles in a manner that ensures their long-term preservation—with a great deal of success”. IFAT is also the leading platform for environmental technologies, beginning in 1966 and drawing in over 136,000 visitors from 56 countries this past year. Exhibitors come together to “showcase pioneering technologies, innovations, strategies and solutions tailored to meet the market in question”.
Attending from EMAGIN will be Thouheed Abdul Gaffoor CEO, Mohamad Vedut COO, and Jon Grant CSO. Please contact EMAGIN to set up a presentation or for a demonstration of the solution.
“We are very excited to participate in IFAT for the very first time and showcase alongside other global leading technologies from Canada. This will give us a chance to leverage early success within Europe to grow our deployments”, said EMAGIN CEO and co-founder Thouheed Abdul Gaffoor.
EMAGIN provides water and wastewater facilities with an artificial intelligence driven platform, HARVI, that supports proactive real-time decision making. In doing so, HARVI helps facilities reduce operational costs, enhance reliability and prepare for emergencies. HARVI is a self learning and cost effective platform with one of the fastest integration times in the sector.
For inquiries please contact:
Jon Grant, Chief Strategy Officer