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.
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.
The virtual water event promoted by SWAN will bring together global water leaders to discuss the latest industry trends in different workshops and interactive sessions.
Idrica’s technology will support Global Omnium in the management of one-third of Qatar’s water network
The contract has a valuation of 50 million. The infrastructure to be managed includes three wastewater treatment plants.
GoAigua wins the Water Technology & Infrastructure Award from Water Europe with its EWS for the detection of COVID-19 in wastewater
The prize was awarded during the WE Water Innovation Week, with over 200 participants.
GoHub becomes a shareholder of Aganova, a leading company in the detection of leaks in internal, distribution and water transport networks.
WEX Global Water & Energy Exchange will take place in June 28th – 30th 2021 in Valencia, Spain. Idrica will be the main sponsor and host, and Global Omnium the welcoming utility.
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.
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.