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Context: Recently, the Association of Geospatial Industries released a report titled “Potential of Geospatial Technologies for the Water Sector in India''.
About the technology
About the report
As per the report, a plethora of Geospatial and Digital technologies can be effectively used to combat the water crisis. This includes
The report has also listed several case studies highlighting the use of geospatial technologies in different contexts related to water problems.
Why should the government adopt Geospatial Technology in the water sector?
Hence, a focus on Geospatial technology is desired to combat this pervasive challenge and to ensure better water management in the country.
Digital Twin is a virtual replica of the physical world, its dynamics, and processes, which allow us to simulate real life situations and analyse its impact.
Digital twins are composed of three parts namely:
Digital Twins not only integrate the digital representation of physical assets, like physical systems of pipes, pumps, valves, and tanks, but also include historical data sets such as weather records and realtime dynamic interactions, which allow them to be used for multiple analyses.
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