The outbreak of the pandemic has been one of the most challenging events for utilities around the world. Jaime Barba, CEO of Idrica, shares his vision of the future of the water industry in this interview.
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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