Pivot to a product mindset to accelerate your digital transformation

No longer is the old adage that “water and electronics don’t mix” entirely true. Ever since the need for digital technologies dramatically accelerated in early 2020, businesses worldwide have invested heavily in digital transformations...

A complete ecosystem: Why essential water transformation is a multi-player project

Water represents one of the world’s most significant and complex industrial challenges. Both water utilities and industrial players face multiple, multifaceted challenges in overcoming water scarcity, energy efficiency and carbon neutrality. The industry knows...

Effective asset management: Using data for greater understanding of the water network

The UK’s water system is riddled with contradictions: Victorian infrastructure is mapped and monitored using machine learning. Government predicts updating Britain’s combined sewer system would cost between £150bn and £650bn. Water companies are looking instead...

People are key to digital transformation

With ageing assets, a climate emergency and increasing water scarcity, digital solutions will play a key role in the water sector’s response – but the human touch could be the final piece of the...

Six technology trends for 2023

Pre-emption and prevention, security, reuse, process automation, optimisation and planning are the main challenges for water management this year, say utility tech specialists Idrica. By 2025, around 3.5 billion people will be living in water-scarce...

A complete ecosystem: Why essential water transformation is a multi-player project

Digital transformation is a complex process that requires a wide range of partners to be successful, says Julien Arnaud, Business Developer and Water Wastewater Sales Vice President, Schneider Electric. Water represents one of the world’s...

Scale up your digital journey

Some of the world’s top brands have ‘reinvented’ their businesses with help from digital experts CI&T. There’s much to learn from our work with the energy sector on how to unlock your full potential,...

European Space Agency backs satellite project to protect UK utilities

Satellite data will detect changes in the built environment to help minimise ongoing disruptions to UK water supplies. The two-year project - run in collaboration with Northumbrian Water - aims to ensure that construction work...

Harnessing technology with people for better service outcomes

By Jo Causon, CEO, Institute of Customer Service As digitisation spreads across sectors and industries, technology is rapidly changing the customer experience landscape. The digital transformation underway across many organisations in the water sector is enabling smoother...

Five advantages of digital sustainability in the water sector

Digital sustainability, a key concept in today’s world, stems from the far-reaching digital transformation that companies have to tackle and the need for them to exploit their data to add value. Understanding this concept...