The water sector is under pressure to digitize operations to optimize treatment plants and operational efficiencies. And while there is widespread use — and misuse — of the word "digital", one key element of the discussion is being overlooked: people. Real people fear losing their jobs because of digital tools and processes. No one is discussing the facts of job loss — and job creation — that the digital transformation is driving.
- The scope of "digital water"
- What history has shown in terms of cultural shifts created by technology, including job loss and creation
- How real people can shine — in the inevitability of digitalization
- "Bad" digital water versus "good" digital water