SWAN Members

The SWAN Forum is the leading global hub for the smart water and wastewater sectors, bringing together leading international water utilities, solution providers, academics, investors, regulators, and other experts to proactively influence the future of the water sector.

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  • Technolog
  • Hunter Water
  • Cisco
  • WSSC
  • Opti
  • Fracta
  • PWA
  • MasterMeter
  • EPCOR
  • Taggle
  • Sydney Water
  • Mueller
  • Teledyne
  • lacroix sofrel
  • hsy
  • aganova
  • Coliban Water
  • ATi
  • bellevue
  • clean water services
  • Essbio
  • aclara
  • TWC
  • Utilis
  • SmartCover Systems
  • Southern Water
  • Xylem
  • PUB
  • Welsh Water
  • city of grand rapids
  • University of Exeter
  • Trimble
  • Takadu
  • South East Water
  • KISTERS
  • Kamstrup
  • Jersey Water
  • ISoil
  • Inflowmatix
  • INCLAM
  • Gutermann
  • Eramosa
  • CAT
  • Bristol Water
  • Anglian Water
  • Yarra Valley Water
  • Metropolitana_milanese
  • EMA
  • Bluefield Research
  • ABB
  • DC Water
  • S-can
  • Hydrelis
  • Frost & Sullivan
  • Osisoft
  • WRF
  • SWW
  • Optimatics
  • Sensus
  • Aqualogic
  • Grundfos
  • metasphere
  • ADS
  • wef
  • Fayette County
  • Klir
Water Utilities 
Aqualia
Bellevue
Bristol Water
CAP Group
City West Water
Coliban Water
CAT
clean water services
DC Water
EPCOR
Essbio
Fayette County
hsy
Hunter Water
Jersey Water
Metropolitana_milanese
Portsmouth Water
Queensland Urban Utilities
SES Water
South East Water
Sydney Water
TWC
unitywater
Watercare
Welsh Water
WSSC
Diamond
ABB
Cisco
Grundfos
Sensus
Trimble
Xylem
Platinum
aclara
KISTERS

Kamstrup
Mueller
Gold
ADS
EMA
Garatt Callahan
Innovyze
lacroix sofrel
MasterMeter
Technolog
Silver
Aqualogic
ATi
EmNet
Eramosa
Fracta
Gutermann
Hydrelis
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Inflowmatix
iSOIL
Klir
Met Office
metasphere
Opti
Optimatics
Pydro
Real Tech Water
Taggle
S-can
SmartCover Systems
Takadu
Utilis
Water Office
Industry Experts
Bluefield
Emerald
Frost & Sullivan
Swedish Water Research
WRF
Regulators
Auckland Council
PWA
Academia
University of Exeter