To better use water technologies to facilitate poverty alleviation, IWHR rolled out two online training courses about smart water on September 16-17 and September 22-23.
IWHR Vice President Dr. WANG Xiaogang attended the opening ceremony and delivered a speech. Over 200 water technicians from several western Chinese provinces participated in the training.
A total of 12 smart water experts from IWHR gave lectures focusing on the requirements and critical tasks of smart water project construction, as well as cases in flood control and drought relief, water resources, water ecology and environment management, water supply for rural areas, water diversion in irrigation areas, engineering construction and safety, water diversion projects, water and soil conservation, the establishment of integrated water platform, etc. The lectures briefed the trainees upon on the latest requirements and cutting-edge technologies for smart water development, taking into consideration the real situations of different regions, and won wide recognition from the attendees.
The P9000 integrated smart monitoring system for the Baihetan Hydropower Station developed by Beijing IWHR Technology Co.,Ltd.
IWHR has always been attaching great importance to poverty alleviation through water technologies. To thoroughly implement the decisions and plans made by the government of China about poverty alleviation and rural revitalization, IWHR leverages its human resources and technologies and rolls out a series of pairing support projects in terms of human resources, technology, finance and platform-building for underdeveloped regions. IWHR will carry out three training courses throughout the year to enrich theoretical knowledge and improve professional and management skills for water technicians and boost the high-quality development of the water industries in underdeveloped regions.