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  1. As part of research I'm doing in development of a Semantic Ontology for water systems, I came across an important international group working on blockchain for climate accounting. Hyperledger is coordianted by Linux Foundation and is Disributed Ledger Technology (DLT) which has published its first Ontology for climate accounting as a general ontology relevant to all 17 SDGs. They have recognised the important nexus between carbon and water and have factored the nexus into the current design. It has members drawn from around the world and a number of active WGs. If anyone is interested, there are as always a number of ways to get more involved via https://www.hyperledger.org/
  2. Is UK civil engineering construction sector using digital twin technologies ? What benefits can it bring to project controls ? What are the challenges affecting adoption of digital twin ?
  3. Webinar: Digital Twins in Water Utility Operations – Introducing OpenFlows WaterSight Bentley’s new water infrastructure digital twin solution, OpenFlows WaterSight, connects SCADA, GIS, hydraulic modeling, and customer information into a single interoperable dashboard. Register for this webinar to see how a scalable cloud-based environment can provide your entire utility access into the detection of critical system and individual asset performance information, enhancing operations and maintenance planning decisions. Bentley product success consultant Joel Johnson will share new ways to mirror and simulate current water-system conditions and performance, so you can: · Confidently share detailed graphics of current network performance, as well as the expected consequences and improvement for actions related to operational and maintenance activity · Monitor flow, pressure, and water quality conditions at every point in the system · Improve energy efficiency leveraging real-time analyses of each pump and tank, with alerts for when performance is outside of service thresholds. https://goto.webcasts.com/starthere.jsp?ei=1353076&tp_key=281cc43d58
  4. Webinar: Building Tomorrow’s Resilience: Why Digital Twins Are Shaping the Water Utility Status Quo Just how effective are digital twins in helping to identify critical points in your water and wastewater infrastructure—like a growing leak or an unexpected closed valve? Bentley product manager Ari Opdahl delves into the possibilities of predictive operational intelligence in this special WEF eShowcase. https://register.gotowebinar.com/recording/6892911365133001731
  5. Tech Talk: Seeing Double – How Digital Twins Overcome the Challenges of Water Network Monitoring and Forecasting Watch Dr. Tom Walski, Bentley Fellow, as he shares how water utilities can overcome the challenges of operating their networks with OpenFlows WaterOPS—Bentley’s complete predictive modeling and scenario management solution for real-time water network operations, maintenance, and forecasting. https://www.bentley.com/en/perspectives-and-viewpoints/topics/tech-talk/2019/tech-talk-seeing-double-how-digital-twins-overcome-the-challenges-of-water-network-monitoring
  6. A number of interesting podcasts relating to water. Podcast 1: Digital Twins and Water Utility Capital Planning Water utilities continue to have to address the persistent external challenges associated to the infrastructure budget gap, ensuring that consumers trust the reliability and safety of water services, and that the systems that deliver these services are resilient. Additionally, internal issues may prevent improved insights and more efficient processes around capital planning. Digital twins help utilities take a data-driven approach to capital planning so that time is spent on preventative planning versus reacting to issues, and the decisions made yield the highest value for each dollar of investment. Learn more about Digital Twins in Water Utilities. Speakers: Dr. Tom Walski, Bentley Fellow, Water Infrastructure; Ari Opdahl, Senior Product Manager, Water Infrastructure https://players.brightcove.net/5209582030001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6124419772001 Podcast 2: Digital Twins and Water Utility Operations and Maintenance Water utilities face operations and maintenance challenges related to rapidly aging infrastructure, regulatory requirements, changes in customer demands, availability of funds, among others. Many utilities have SCADA and various systems that provide detailed data to help them remain responsive and resilient in the face of these challenges. Often, however, utilities are data-rich and information poor and lack the tools to visualize, assemble, and analyze the data they do collect so that they can present this data in a readily understandable and actionable way for decision-making. With digital twins, you can more easily identify and quantify vulnerabilities, efficiently test mitigation strategies before implementation, and stage and prioritize processes for operations and maintenance. You can also consider future changes for capital planning. Learn more about Digital Twins in Water Utilities. Speakers: Joel Johnson, Manager, Product Success, Water Infrastructure https://players.brightcove.net/5209582030001/wnP7ciZJZ_default/index.html?videoId=6164225891001 Podcast 3: Digital Twins and Water Utility Emergency Preparedness A water utility must remain responsive and resilient, but emergencies occur that can interrupt services or the quality of services. Additionally, internal issues may cause the utility to remain reactive versus proactive when it comes to emergency response. With digital twins, you can more easily identify and quantify vulnerabilities, efficiently test mitigation strategies before implementation, and stage and prioritize processes for operations and maintenance. You can also consider future changes for capital planning. Learn more about Digital Twins in Water Utilities. Speakers: Joel Johnson, Manager, Product Success, Water Infrastructure; Dr. Tom Walski, Bentley Fellow, Water Infrastructure https://open.spotify.com/embed-podcast/episode/180i6aSmWebeqWc1e2BU2y
  7. Samuel A Chorlton

    Water Industry - Innovation Requirements

    As part of the roadmap towards the attainment of Digital Twins the water industry seems to have some of the most tangible immediate use cases. I was just reading around the innovation priorities for Yorkshire Water which seem to be very customer and environmentally centric. It is quite easy to see how Digital Twins could play a crucial role in the delivery of these priorities: Developing Innovation Solution to enable sustainable use of our water resources; Creating sustainable energy facilities by generating energy from our processes and managing demand effectively; Ensuring our customers are provided with the highest quality drinking water; Developing leading edge tools for our networks which allow real-time monitoring and control, drive down leakage or reduce the impact of sewer flooding; and Develop state-of-the-art tools to forecast and mitigate the future impacts that climate change will have on Yorkshire. @Chris Jones (NWG) and @Matt Edwards how does this compare to your innovation priorities?
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