Enrique Fernández, Country Manager in Qatar, details in this interview the actions performed in the area to address the current crisis.
Digital Twin: benefits for the water sector
A Digital Twin is a virtual model that replicates the real system behavior and allows to simulate its response under any condition. In the water sector, this allows utilities to have a deep understanding of their processes.
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WEX Global Water & Energy Exchange will take place in March 1st-3rd 2021 in Valencia, Spain. Idrica will be the main sponsor and host, and Global Omnium the welcoming utility.
One of the main consequences of the coronavirus will be conflicts over access to water around the world
The military expert Dr. David Kilcullen warns that access to water is one of the leading indicators of the extent of impact of coronavirus.
Francisco Ríos, Operations Director at Idrica Colombia, explains how the company is improving water quality and supply in the country. This is key to fighting the Coronavirus pandemic
In the last two months, it has started operations in four of the region’s main markets in order to position itself as the main provider of management services for the water cycle.
GoAigua’s software allows water utilities to assist local public health agencies with real time maps of virus spread in different areas of cities, anticipating testing availability.
Juan José Pérez, director of Drinking Water at the Global Omnium Group, details how the Spanish water utility is maintaining service in a context of crisis.
Pilar Conejos, Head of Network Control and Regulation for Valencia and its Metropolitan Area, explains how Global Omnium is successfully managing the service.
In the second edition of the Idrica Water Security Series, one of the most relevant worldwide military experts, Dr. David Kilcullen, will dialogue with Jaime Barba about water and conflict in the Middle East.
Opening its North American headquarters in New York City, the smart water platform is helping utilities unlock maximum potential of their data and turn it into action.
The panel will address the issue of water security from three different points of view, oriented towards possible solutions based on the current context of the water system in Latin America.