The webinar will be led by Chema Nebot, Business Development Director at Idrica, and Héctor J. Donat, CEO of Fivecomm. Next Thursday, May 13, they will be reflecting on 5G and its applicability in water.
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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The next SWAN Annual Conference 2021 is set to take place virtually from May 24 – 28. The main theme this year is “Redefining Smart Water.” Idrica is a gold sponsor of the conference.
We are pioneers in the world of digital transformation and water resource management, and build on the century-long experience of Global Omnium, one of the most innovative water utilities in Europe.
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