It is said that trade fairs are platforms for dialogue. And that's true at aquanale. In addition to the conversations that take place on exhibitors' stands, visitors can learn about current developments in the trade fair congress. What's on this year's agenda of the international swimming pool and wellness forum? To sum up, sustainability, quality and staff.
Focus on sustainability
Frank Eisele, from WWS Eisele, explains the new European swimming pool standard, EN 17645, for domestic swimming pools and sums up initial practical experience with the standard.
Alexander Reuß from Ospa Schwimmbadtechnik and Thomas Beutel from Lutz-Jesco discuss the public sector. The two speakers will present the revised DIN 19643 standard - the central work of water treatment.
The organisation team is looking forward to many visitors and wishes you a warm welcome!
Swiss Special - a glance at «Swiss swimming pools»
In the «Swiss Special» session, Dominik Graf from Dryden Aqua and Erich Woodtli from Woodtli Schwimmbadtechnik show how current challenges around energy, water and protection of resources are being dealt with. In case you hadn't guessed, this year's partner country is Switzerland. Dani Mühlebach from Renggli Schwimmbadtechnik takes the audience into the world of marketing and demonstrates, with the example of Villa Honegg, how a Swiss pool has achieved world fame thanks to skilful public relations.
Staff retention and recruitment also plays a role in the congress Speakers from the Federal Association of German Swimming Pool Attendants will present, for example, various further training opportunities for pool professionals. In addition, in one of its subject blocks, IAKS explores the issue of how automation and artificial intelligence can be harnessed in the face of staff shortages. Check out the full programme on the aquanale website. Thanks to numerous sponsors, all trade fair visitors can take part free of charge. No prior registration is required. It's «knowledge to go». Simply come to Hall 7, C 40, grab a seat, listen and enjoy. The programme can be found at www.aquanale.de.