The realm of data the only possible future scenario to

The realm of data: the only possible future scenario to combat drought

In this sense, he mentioned the main benefits of digitalization for the sector, such as ensuring the stability of water networks and reducing losses and unbilled water. Furthermore, he pointed this out LACROIX’s contributions in this processB. Network pressure management, leakage reduction, efficient transport management and the use of regenerated water.

Definitely, Digitalizing means saving, and all these possibilities lead to triple savings: direct energy savings, direct water savings and operational savings. These triple savings undoubtedly contribute to the energy efficiency and sustainability of the infrastructure.

Finally, Javier Pino highlighted this Cybersecurity and the importance of preparing and protecting against new threats in this area. In addition, he repeatedly pointed to other challenges, such as the greater concentration of the population in urban areas and the need to adapt to rapid technological change.

He also emphasized the suitability of PERTE for digitalizing the water cycle, which combines all of these aforementioned goals and challenges. LACROIX has a complete range of products for all phases of the holistic water cycle and its projects adapt to all the typologies provided for in PERTE.

Raúl Valls, Smart Irrigation Manager at Ragberhas taken over with the presentation of this company dedicated to the development of irrigation technologies and comprehensive solutions ranging from the collection of the water from the dam to cultivation, including transportation, water diversion for large canals, management of transfer points for irrigation equipment, field sensors, digital Image and watering yourself.

Raúl Valls used his intervention to focus on that high transportsince more than 50% of the world’s flood transport is carried via canals, and More than half of this water is lost this way. “Although the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food has invested heavily in improving irrigation communities, there is a lack of investment in canal infrastructure, where the greatest losses occur,” he clarified.