Episode 1

Episode 4

Join our moderator Andrew Walker and our utility experts in "Live from the Training Center" where they will share technologies to solve water loss issues and reduce leakages​. Our guest from Oxford Flow, Dr. Matt Collins, Director of Product Development, demonstrates the special features of NeoFlow Pressure Regulating Valve and tells the special story of developing the product.

Episode 4 will be available on the 28th of February, save the date and register below to stay tuned!

Register to watch the fourth episode in the series and experience:

  • Introduction of Pressure Regulating Valve: significant features, simulating options and how water loss can be prevented massively, presented by Mona Vogt

  • Weld quality report with Non-Destructive testing for thermoplastics with Sanjay Patel

  • The Story of NeoFlow: Development and partnership with Oxford Flow, joined by Dr. Matt Collins

  • Innovative training approaches: from practical procedures in our training center to VR (virtual reality) learning wherever you want with Florian Albrecht and Niko Verhaegen

We have encountered issues with Microsoft Edge/Explorer. For the best experience, please use Chrome, Firefox, Safari or any other browser. 

Episode 3

Please fill all mandatory fields marked with *

Please tick at least one checkbox.

Please tick at least one checkbox.

Privacy Consent *

This is required

Bulk Email

Please tick at least one checkbox.

Entry Point

Please tick at least one checkbox.

Market Segment

Please tick at least one checkbox.

Consent Given

Please tick at least one checkbox.

Form cannot be sent. Please review the marked fields.


Mona Vogt, Global Product Manager at GF Piping Systems

Mona Vogt is Global Product Manager for Utility Systems at GF Piping Systems. She has a background in industrial engineering and is currently expanding her knowledge with a master program in business administration focusing on strategy. She joined GF Piping Systems two years ago and has enjoyed the variety of her work field since then.

Dr. Matt Collins (Phd.), Director of Product Development at Oxford Flow

Matt Collins co-founded Oxford Flow six years ago with a vision of reimagining fluid control technology. Since then he has led the development of innovative and patented new products, including the Neoflow, now deployed globally in both the water and gas distribution sectors.

Matt has an undergraduate degree and PhD from the University of Oxford. His PhD was sponsored by Rolls Royce plc. and researched turbomachinery and heat transfer; a field in which he has published a number of journal papers on unsteady aerodynamics, instrumentation design and data processing. He has taken the expertise, manufacturing methods and design tools utilised within that high technology sector and apply them to new and innovative fluid control devices..

Niko Verhaegen, Global VR and Business Development Manager at Georg Fischer NV-SA

Niko Verhaegen is responsible for Global Virtual Reality training and the EMEA training centers and, in his role, is part of the GF Piping systems Academy organization.  He has 20 years of experience in Sales & Marketing and was successful for seven years at GF Belgium as Utility Sales Manager. He is keen on innovation and passionate about AR/VR/XR technology and has the talent to translate it into customer-centric training & experiences.  


Sanjay Patel, Global Business Development Manager for Specialized Solutions at GF Piping Systems

Sanjay has a BSc (Hons) in Materials Science and has been employed by GF for over 20 years in many varied positions. His expertise lies in many applications in the correct use of plastic piping, used to replace traditional metal pipes. Providing a dedicated solutions driven approach to the market by listening to clients.

Florian Albrecht, Global Product Manager at GF Piping Systems

Florian Albrecht is Product Manager for Utility Systems and works since five years at Georg Fischer. With his background as an industrial engineer and a master in innovation management, he is responsible for the global range of electrofusion saddles.