Digital Twin as a Workforce Training Tool | WWD Weekly Digest

Sept. 1, 2022
Digital twins can be a safe way for new employees to test parameters without changing current operations.

Experimenting with a treatment plant as it is operating can be stressful and worrisome, but what if you could do so without impacting operations? Digital twin opens up this avenue, and can be a tool not only for improved operations, but also knowledge transfer and workforce training and confidence building.

Nicole Pasch, client solutions manager for Xylem, shares some of the common misconceptions about this technology, and how digital twin dares utility operators and managers to dream about the future of their utilities and facilities.

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  • Intro | 0:00
  • Common digital twin misconceptions | 0:41
  • Digital twin for design and planning | 3:15
  • Best practices for water professionals | 4:03
  • Digital twin as a workforce training tool | 6:54
  • Daring to dream with digital twin | 8:38
  • One water impact of this tech | 10:29
  • Outro | 11:16

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