In 2015, the UN approved the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as part of the 2030 Agenda to combat the climate crisis and improve sustainability. Sustainable Development Goals for water are also included in the 2030 Agenda due to the relevance of this resource in sustainability.
Digital Twin: benefits for the water industry
A Digital Twin is a virtual model that replicates the real behavior of the system and simulates its response under any conditions. In the water industry, this enables utilities to fully understand the processes that are taking place.
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Colombia is a water-rich country with a sound policy and strong public leadership. One of its main objectives is to ensure reliable access to water resources for the entire population. Álvaro Gentile, Idrica’s Country Manager in Colombia explains the topic in this article.
Idrica has developed the first 5G-NR device specifically for the water industry. This piece of equipment, based exclusively on 5G-NR technology, will provide solutions to challenges which had been out of reach up until now, with millions of devices connected in very small areas.
Pepe Chambó, Sales Specialist at Idrica: “An agnostic solution like GoAigua enables us to adapt to each AMI project”
In this interview, Pepe Chambó, a Sales Specialist at Idrica, analyzes the benefits of AMI (Advanced Measurement Infrastructure) and the perception of the Return On Investment (ROI) obtained from it.
Worldwide access to safe drinking water is one of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Colombia is working on ensuring this resource throughout the country and Idrica’s Business Development Director, Chema Nebot, explains the opportunities and challenges facing Colombia.
Idrica will be participating in Aquatech Amsterdam 2021 from November 2-5. This event is the world’s leading platform for water technology professionals, organizes this water trade meeting to showcase processes, and drinking water and wastewater solutions.
Stanley Consultants and GoAigua announced a strategic partnership to help water utilities leverage technology to meet today’s challenges of renewing aging infrastructure and increasing resiliency and efficiency.
Idrica’s first project in the Mexican market is based on digital technology solutions for the integrated management of the water cycle in one of the largest cities in the world.
Idrica tests the connection of millions of devices via 5g to remotely read water consumption in real time
Idrica is participating in the Spanish National 5G Plan with a pilot project which focuses on remote reading of drinking water consumption in real time and the sending of information via the 5G network to a management center.
Idrica will be participating from October 12 to 15 in the largest congress in Colombia specializing in the electricity, natural gas, water, sewage, waste management, ICT and TV industries. The event will bring together companies, embassies, and chambers of commerce, among others.
Nadia Calviño participates in Valencia in a series of 5G trials set to shape the future of tourism, telemedicine, agriculture and the maintenance of critical infrastructure
Minister for Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation, Nadia Calviño, has attended a series of 5G demonstrations.