On June 14, public authorities attended the presentation of the consortium made up of Idrica and other companies, to work on proofs of concept for 5G technology.
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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Chema Nebot, Business Development Director at Idrica, and Héctor J. Donat, CEO of Fivecomm, field the questions posed by the attendees to the webinar on 5G.
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.
5G is set to transform the way mobile networks are designed and the way they are used, going way beyond simply improving the functionalities offered by 4G.
Héctor J. Donat shares his vision of the present and future of 5G technology, together with its potential for disruption in the water industry.
The versality of 5G, together with advances in other areas such as the use of sensors, will build smarter water utilities. These are 7 revolutionary use cases of 5G in the water industry that we would like to share with you.
5G is set to transform the way mobile networks are designed and how they are utilized. It goes beyond enhancing the functionalities of 4G. Check out what is different about 5G technology.
Chema Nebot: “In less than a year, Idrica has established itself as a leader in applying 5G to the water industry”
The Head of Business Development at Idrica explains the Red.es pilot project, which uses 5G for water management.
Carlos Tejedor, Instrumentation & Smart Metering Specialist at Idrica, details the role of 5G in water infrastructure management for 2021: NB-IoT, edge computing, network slicing…