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Episode #11 — 05 October 2020 Seeing Double, The Rise of the Digital Twins in Water

with Keith Hays and Eric Bindler

Reese Tisdale and the Bluefield team of water experts discuss Digital Twins—hype or reality—and what the future holds. While the concept of virtual clones of operating assets (e.g., treatment plants, pumps, pipe networks) has been around for more than two decades, their applications are only recently gaining momentum in the broader water sector.

Keith, Eric, and Reese talk about the signposts that indicate growth, the competitive landscape, and how companies are positioning in this burgeoning market segment.

In this podcast:

  • What is a digital twin?
  • Who are the companies driving this momentum and what are their approaches?
  • What are the pitfalls or challenges?
  • What are we monitoring in the market when it comes to this concept?

 

 

 

 

 

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