SWAN Digital Twin H2O Work Group
The new, SWAN Digital Twin H2O Work Group will help accelerate the water sector’s adoption of Digital Twin technology by bringing together global water leaders from utilities, technology companies, engineering firms, government, and academia to help identify and solve relevant utility challenges. Utilising Digital Twin technology will help increase operational efficiency, saving billions of dollars and improving water quality on a global basis.
Digital Twin – Water Systems Definition:
Digital Twin is a disruptive technology that provides a virtual/digital representation of both the elements and the dynamics of a water plant or system. If implemented properly, Digital Twin can influence the design, build and operation of the system throughout its life cycle (design-build-operate) and help optimise operation through informed insights. In other words, it is a dynamic software model (hydraulic model + ML) of the physical plant/system based on real-time continuous calibration.
– Collin J. Parris, VP of Software, GE – “A living model that drives outcomes”
Work Group Structure
The SWAN Digital Twin H2O Work Group is co-chaired by Gigi Karmous-Edwards, Karmous-Edwards Consulting, Colby Manwaring, CEO of Innovyze & Michael Kanellos, Head of Corp. Communications, OSIsoft.
The Work Group is open for free to join and receive Group updates. Please sign up below if you are interested in joining or learning more.
SWAN Members will also have the opportunity to become “Active Members” in the Work Group and collaborate to develop a common Digital Twin strategy for global water utilities. (Learn more about the Work Group by clicking the button below).
Save the Date!
The SWAN Digital Twin H2O Work Group will celebrate its launch with a FREE, half-day Workshop the day before the SWAN Annual Conference.
Date: May 14th 2019 (2 pm – 6:30 pm)
Location: Monroe, Hyatt Regency Miami
View Agenda: HERE
(Registration now closed)
SWAN Digital Twin H20 Inquiry
Please sign up below to join the new, SWAN Digital Twin H2O Work Group (receive group updates) or learn more, and we will follow up with more details.