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Robert J. Heideman

Robert J. Heideman, senior vice president and chief technology officer at A. O. Smith.

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The Water Council Announces Kickoff of Second Tech Challenge Competition
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The Water Council Announces Kickoff of Second Tech Challenge Competition

Competition seeks innovative ideas for sensors and artificial intelligence processes

The Water Council’s BREW Accelerator winners pitch ideas to corporate and community partners
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The Water Council’s BREW Accelerator winners pitch ideas to corporate and community partners

This event was not only an opportunity for these companies to pitch their technologies, but also continue to build their mentorship support and, more importantly, to expand their network with potential investors.

Winners announced for The Water Council’s first Tech Challenge round
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Winners announced for The Water Council’s first Tech Challenge round

The Tech Challenge is designed to identify cutting-edge freshwater technologies and ideas with a high potential for commercialization from anyone, anywhere.

The Water Council Launches New Competition for Water Technology Innovators
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The Water Council Launches New Competition for Water Technology Innovators

Global companies A. O. Smith Corporation, Badger Meter and Zurn Industries sponsor first round of the Tech Challenge Initiative

A. O. Smith to build new research center on Milwaukee’s northwest side
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A. O. Smith to build new research center on Milwaukee’s northwest side

The company plans to break ground for the project in September.

Marquette University and A. O. Smith Corporation to lead initiative advising White House and Congress on manufacturing and water solutions
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Marquette University and A. O. Smith Corporation to lead initiative advising White House and Congress on manufacturing and water solutions

It will solidify the Milwaukee region’s strength in both water and manufacturing.

Area water companies license two UWM sensor technologies
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Area water companies license two UWM sensor technologies

“These new technologies resulting from our WEP partnerships are helping Milwaukee compete in the $500 billion global freshwater technology market.”