Many water companies are focusing on how digital transformation can help clear and transparent decision making in challenging locations, but the real challenge is how to begin connecting disparate data and information from facilities and the water network in a one Platform for review, change management and effective use for maintenance and operations.
The solution in 3 simple steps
Establishes the data structures (Classes) and business rules required for the data, information and digital content to be gathered so that the data is consistent and complete.
Setting up and managing changes to the data structures is very quick and changes are rolled out across the whole system instantaneously.
Industry standards can be applied to data – setting the standards for information requirements and measurement.
Maintaining data and information in a trusted, shared data backbone, accessible online or via a mobile app.
Information is shared on an application independent connected data platform
Access to the data and information, including documents and digital content is available online and offline using devices or desktops.
Connected critical digital information in a single, easy to use, visualisation Platform.
Essential information such as design data, equipment information, supplier specifications, drawings, and models are available quicker to support critical activities such as engineering, planning, site maintenance work, site surveys, and equipment and infrastructure replacement.
The Datum360 Connected Data Platform enables the Water industry to improve decision making and deliver efficiencies by connecting critical digital information in a single, easy to use, visualisation Platform.
Efficiencies, in such areas as predictive/pre-emptive maintenance, planning and executing modifications and updates to the infrastructure, and the design and build of new network capability.
A ‘digital twin’, or ‘digital asset’, delivering efficiencies to operations and is essential for reducing costs as Water companies upgrade and expand their networks.