Jacobo Illueca, Wastewater Consultant at Idrica, identifies the key trends in WWTP management for 2021, including digital transformation.
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 common goal for the industry in 2021 is to achieve optimum management and bolster resilience, thanks to digital transformation. These are the trends for the water industry in 2021.
New Partnership between The Water Tower and GoHub Formed to Fund Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the US Water Sector
The Water Tower, the new water innovation hub in the US, partners with GoHub to accelerate smart water technology start-ups in the US.
The globally renowned water technology company Idrica enters the Australian and New Zealand markets in partnership with Aqua Analytics.
Smart water cities are the best alternative to last century technologies. Salvador Herrando, Smart City Services Manager at Idrica and CBOO at Nexus Integra, shares his view on resource management in the cities of the future.
Idrica to participate in a Red.es project to adapt 5G technology to the water cycle management in Valencia
The project includes the implementation of MIoT, one of the most relevant contributions that 5G technology provides.
Carlos Tejedor, Technical Leader of Smart Metering at Idrica talks about the evolution of communication technologies and how they have transformed the water sector.
The series of virtual meetings is based on the recreation of the best elements of live summits in a virtual environment. Held on the 19th of November and the 17th of December 2020.