Siveco China's Managing Director Bruno Lhopiteau will speak at the ASEAN Sustainable Energy Week 2020 in Bangkok, Thailand on the topic of "Smart O&M to optimize the lifecycle of Urban Energy Systems".
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Startup Factory (www.startupfactory-china.de), a 40,000 sqm state-of-the-art industrial facility in Kunshan, has selected Siveco to deploy the bluebee® Smart Operation & Maintenance solution.
Aquatech, the world's most complete platform for professionals in the world of water technology, invited Bruno Lhopiteau, Managing Director of Siveco China, to write an article on: "A 20-year ride on China's digital water train".
On June 30, Siveco was invited to take part in an Equipment Management workshop hosted by China Association of Machinery Equipment Maintenance and Renovation ("CAMER"), held at Shanghai Electric Shanghai Electric SHMP Pulverizing & Special Equipment Co., Ltd. ("SEHPS") office.
The wastewater division of Jiangsu Sino French Water, which serves over 1 million inhabitants and operates 9 sewage treatment plants and 56 pumping stations, has deployed Siveco's Smart O&M solution.
Siveco will hold a Smart O&M webinar on "ISO 55000 as a framework for CMMS success & case studies of implementation during COVID-19 times" on April 24, Beijing time - 15:00 (UTC+8).
The magazine of the Asia Pacific Urban Energy Association (APUEA) published an article: "Supporting the lifecycle of energy infrastructures with Smart O&M" by Siveco China.
Siveco and the BigSpring Academy, the organizer of the "Recycling & Recovery (R&R) Expo 2020" in Bangkok, will hold a joint webinar on "Successful practices of Asset Lifecycle Management in Recycling & Recovery" on April 9, 16:00 (Bangkok time).
Just before the COVID-19 crisis hit, Siveco China's Vice President Paul Wang was interviewed for China Energy News (People's Daily group) by journalist Ms. Bie Fan in Beijing.
Siveco was selected by the main contractor to deliver a state-of-the-art Integrated Maintenance 4.0 solution for San Wai Sewage Treatment Works (SWSTW) in Hong Kong.