Case Study

GoAigua's Digital Twin Saves 1B+ Gallons Of Water/Year

Source: GoAigua Inc
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Water transport and distribution systems in many cities have become complex to manage as they are forced to adjust to the problems of population growth, resource shortages, aging infrastructure and optimization of daily network operations. Consequently, digital twins of water networks are increasingly widely used for decision-making around their operation and management.

A digital twin is a virtual model which replicates the elements of a system and the way it behaves, enabling us to predict how it will respond under any given set of circumstances.

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