DHI will actively participate in the fast-growing SWAN Digital Twin H2O Work Group, which aims to accelerate the water sector’s adoption of Digital Twin. As described in a recent DHI blogpost, The Digital Twin: What is it and how can it benefit the Water Sector?, applying operational data, machine learning and physics-based models to Digital Twins helps decision-makers simulate a real object, its environment, and interactions in real-time. According to Dr. Richard J. Vestner, DHI Group’s Chief Digital Officer, “Digital Twins help direct cost savings related to decreased waste, increased efficiency and reduced downtime, and helping operators make better decisions faster.”
Commenting on this exciting new Member news, Amir Cahn, Executive Director of the SWAN Forum, said, “We are thrilled to welcome DHI, a recognised smart water leader, to the global smart water hub. Together with the efforts of DHI and their wealth of expertise in Digital Twins, we hope to see utilities leverage these smart technologies across diverse departments to make better forecasts, prioritise capital planning and optimise operations.”
As a Member of the SWAN Forum, DHI will join global water leaders from utilities, solution providers, engineering firms, government to academia, and will contribute to identify and solve important utility challenges. The role of the SWAN Forum, in providing a platform for the exchange of experience in developing and implementing smart solutions, is a great catalyst to promote and continue innovation in business process improvement and customer success. It fosters co-creation through innovative partnerships.
For further information contact:
Vice President Urban Water at DHI