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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Idrica will participate in three management, operation and maintenance contracts for drinking water supply systems in Angola
Through the Aguas de Valencia & Quantum Solutions Emerging Markets Consortium.
Juan Francisco Maestre Picón, Head of Services at Global Omnium, details the steps taken by the utility to meet the new needs.
The solution is an Early Warning System for the detection of SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater. It allows to identify the sources of the pandemic and to alert public authorities.
Idrica joins global collaboration aimed at helping the emergency response and recovery for water utilities
Idrica will help to catalyze the experience within the water network and foster a collaborative response to COVID-19, protecting lives around the world.
Chema Nebot, Head of Business Development Idrica, shares his perspective on the transformation of the sector, and the role that water can play in these unprecedented times.
The Executive Director of AfWA and the Chairman of the African Water Association Program Committee answer the participants’ questions during the online dialogue.
Check the answers of Dr. Mills and Mr. Nebot to the attendees’ questions, posed during the online dialogue about a post-covid Africa. Moderated by Daniel Makokera.
We share in this article Dr. David Kilcullen’s answers to the questions posed by participants. The worldwide military expert discusses about water security after the coronavirus crisis.
Renzo Toledo, Country Manager Idrica, details the impact of the pandemic on the population, and how technology can help them come out of the crisis stronger.
Ignacio Andrés, Business Developer LATAM, details the effects of the crisis on the population and the water sector.