Digital Twin Water Solutions

Uniquely configured for your organization, Digital Water Works merges the physical and digital worlds of Information Technology (e.g. GIS, BIM, and EAM) with Operational Technology (e.g. telemetry, SCADA, sensors, and actuators) and Engineering Technology (e.g. dynamic work and CFD simulation).

The result is a digital twin or a digital representation of your physical assets (pipes, treatment plants, storage facilities, and other critical components that deliver safe drinking water and remove and treat wastewater) in-the-moment to help you understand what is happening with your assets in real time. 

A digital twin removes the silos, inefficiencies, uncertainties, errors, and huge resources inherent in working with traditional digital models. It helps you collaborate more easily and more effectively with teams and stakeholders and, ultimately, make better informed decisions that lead to better performance. 

How we work

As a digital twin integrator, Digital Water Works brings together cloud computing, AI, IoT sensors, engineering simulation, GIS, enterprise asset management, and advanced analytics to create a digital twin of your assets with your data and systems. Your digital twin will enable you to extract value—through a connected data environment—to deliver real-time information to help optimize the efficiency, sustainability, and resiliency of your operations.


Digital twins provide unlimited benefits:

  • Build a Resilient Infrastructure: With continuous access to near real-time network information, digital twins extend the connected data environment to your entire enterprise by supporting multiple levels of information exchange. As a result, your organization is better enabled to monitor, predict, and react to disruptions or emergencies.
  • Streamline Operations: Digital twins provide a 360-degree, high resolution view of all infrastructure information, helping your organization perform diagnostics, build models, conduct predictive and prescriptive analytics, create simulations, and generate actionable insights in real time for critical and efficient decision making.
  • Lower Total Lifecycle Costs: Like many utilities, your organization may be facing tight municipal budgets, increased service demands, and multiple data sources that lack interoperability, resulting in inefficiencies and skyrocketing costs. Using a digital twin and data intelligence, your organization can optimize performance, improve service levels, and reduce capital infrastructure funding gaps at the lowest total lifecycle cost.
  • Implement quickly: Engineered for speed, reliability, and efficiency, digital twins use geospatial technology and proven, commercial, off-the-shelf software (COTS) and require minimal configuration, so it won’t disrupt daily operations. Available in standalone, cloud, or hybrid versions.