Francisco Javier Salguero, Operations Director at Idrica, explains how digital transformation helps us to streamline operating and maintenance costs in integrated water-cycle services and infrastructures.
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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Begoña Tarrazona, Irrigation Specialist at Idrica: “sustainable agriculture must be fostered through technology, research and development”
In this interview with Begoña Tarrazona, Idrica’s Irrigation Specialist, we analyze the status quo of irrigation and assess how we can use technology to move towards sustainable development.
In urban hydraulics, pressure management can reduce physical water leaks, improve network efficiency and lower operating and maintenance costs. We can use technology to apply different pressure control mechanisms.
Monitoring infrastructure and irrigation water consumption in agriculture will become commonplace in the coming years. Remote metering and smart irrigation will be two of the key elements in irrigation associations to help them achieve efficient water resource management.
Colombia is a water-rich country with a sound policy and strong public leadership. One of its main objectives is to ensure reliable access to water resources for the entire population. Álvaro Gentile, Idrica’s Country Manager in Colombia explains the topic in this article.
Pepe Chambó, Sales Specialist at Idrica: “An agnostic solution like GoAigua enables us to adapt to each AMI project”
In this interview, Pepe Chambó, a Sales Specialist at Idrica, analyzes the benefits of AMI (Advanced Measurement Infrastructure) and the perception of the Return On Investment (ROI) obtained from it.
Idrica’s first project in the Mexican market is based on digital technology solutions for the integrated management of the water cycle in one of the largest cities in the world.
One of the major trends in water centers on speeding up digital transformation. Nicolás Monterde, Idrica’s Country Manager in Mexico, explains in this interview how does Idrica contribute to the digital transformation of water management in the country.
Jaime Barba, CEO Idrica: “We have built up over a decade of experience in the digital transformation of water”
In this interview, Jaime Barba, CEO of Idrica, talks about the company’s background and what makes it unique in the water industry.
Francisco Javier Salguero, COO at Idrica, shares his vision of the future of water utilities. The digital transformation of the water industry goes hand in hand with the new challenges.
The pandemic has proved that digital solutions are not only a nice-to-have, but a must-have for water utilities. These are the benefits of digital transformation.