InnoWise Scale pitching event - Cadagua Case Study
The InnoWise Scale pitching competitions focus on finding innovative solutions to reverse water scarcity.
Is it possible to manage water in a virtual world?
This is the debate question for the 5th session of the InnoWise Scale pitching series, taking place online between the 22nd and the 30th of November 2022 with the title: Road to 2030: Future circular water-cycle perspectives and its framework of the InnoWise Scale.
Most of the unexpected events such as flooding, storm surges or failure of assets are not truly ‘unexpected’. In many cases they are predictable, we just fail to plan and prepare. Digital twins are a great way to bring new pre-emptive management and operation to any building or asset, and the technology is also a great fit for water infrastructure. Following the challenge presented by Cadagua – the problem holder -, the panellists will deep dive into the role of digital twins in improving the optimisation of resources.
The Problem Holder
Cadagua is a Spanish company of the Ferrovial group specialising in the development of water treatment and desalination. Their challenge for InnoWise competition is to allow the management of several plants remotely by the same manager without the need to travel to each plant daily by means of digital tools.
EIT Manufacturing pitching event | 22nd November, 10:00 – 12:45 CET
EIT Climate-KIC pitching event | 23rd November, 10:00 – 12:45 CET
EIT Food pitching event | 28th November, 10:00 – 13:00 CET
EIT Food pitching event | 29th November, 10:00 – 12:45 CET
EIT Digital pitching event | 30th November, 10:00 –12:35 CET