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October 23, 2020

3 Steps to a Digital Transformation for Water Utilities

A digital transformation can help water utilities to become more energy-efficient, less labor-intensive, more compliant with regulatory directives, and allows for streamlined communications among departments. Every water utility striving to achieve digital transformation should consider these three areas:
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April 21, 2021 | David Fortune

Dynamic Digital Twins: Improved Service Levels and Better Public Engagement

Water utilities want to engage with the public on a whole range of issues affecting the future strategy for water services. The best way to get that conversation going is to take initiative and start putting out information about the water service that is of immediate interest and benefit to the public. Learn how digital twins can help water utilities improve their communication, value and trust with the public...
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November 10, 2020 | Jay Nelson

What’s Next for Digital Twins? Why 2021 Will Require Water Intelligence.

The time is coming where digital water practitioners will need to build on these digital replicas of system performance. The reality is that there are steps that exist beyond creating an operational Digital Twin to ensure that maximum value is secured in industries that are both cost- and compliance- conscious. Those steps involve building intelligence into the Digital Twin.
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February 1, 2021 | David Fortune

Flood Forecasting: The Original Operational Water Digital Twin

Flooding can be an essential part of the economy – so much agriculture depends on the nutrients that flood brings. However, most of us know flooding for the damage, disruption, and of course loss of life, that it brings. By giving warning of impending flood, people can take action to reduce damage, reduce disruption, be informed to get out of the way, take refuge and thus save lives. To learn more read this blog...
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