WEX Global 2022, one of the world’s leading forums for water professionals, is scheduled to take place from June 27-29. The theme this year is “Unlocking the power of the circular economy” and Idrica will be sponsoring the event.
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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Idrica has won the iAgua 2022 Company Award for Digital Transformation. Every year, this prestigious awards acknowledge outstanding water organizations and professionals in Spain and Latin America.
The city of León lacked a platform to bring together and harness all the data. Thus, a pilot was developed to implement the GoAigua solution in an assigned sector of the city’s network to reduce water losses and energy costs.
Water is definitely a strategic resource for Middle Eastern countries. This is how technology is helping Qatar optimize the management of hydraulic resources in order to solve water issues.
More and more water utilities are adding Artificial Intelligence (AI) to their processes. Manuel García, Data Scientist at Idrica, details the trends in Artificial Intelligence for 2022 in the water industry.
GoAigua delivers full data connectivity across the utility of Chino, California, simplifying the path to digital transformation
The integration of real-time data eliminated silos of information and turned billions of data points into actionable insights in the water utility of Chino, California.
In 2021, Idrica opened five new subsidiaries, in Hong Kong, Chile, Canada, Brazil and Saudi Arabia, in line with its international expansion strategy.
Carlos Tejedor, Smart Metering & Instrumentation Specialist at Idrica, showcases the trends in AMI for 2022 and the benefits that digital transformation brings to this area.
AMI infrastructure, digital twins, intelligent asset management, Geographical Information Systems, 5G and Artificial Intelligence are the water technology trends for 2022. These global trends are set to bring innovative use cases to revolutionize the water industry.
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.
Begoña Tarrazona, Irrigation Specialist at Idrica: “sustainable agriculture must be fostered through technology, artificial intelligence and big data”
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.