Integrated water cycle gains its efficiency with “Dinapsis” | digitization | technology
We ran out of water. Although it’s a lot of repetition, we don’t quite believe it. Desertification is a possibility that we must consider. Just look at our reservoir levels, at 51.7% of capacity, well below the average for the past decade (65.6%).
In Spain we have 1,300 tanks that collect, store and distribute water. According to the National Hydrological Plan data, by the middle of the century we will have a 7% reduction in precipitation, which will translate to an 18% decrease in the contribution of water from river basins. Our country will be among the 33 countries with the largest supply problems by 2040, a situation that, if effective measures for sustainable water management are not taken, will lead to serious consequences. Up to 75% of our lands could suffer bouts of desertification.
Hence the need for an integrated management of water resources that takes into account regional planning, watershed management and adaptation to climate change. In addition to scarcity, there are other far-reaching challenges, such as drought, water pollution, and overexploitation of aquifers.
It is at the crossroads where dynapsies takes all its importance. This is the most significant digital transformation project for Hidralia, which belongs to the Agbar Group, which is firmly committed to structural change in favor of sustainable ecosystems of water management and environmental health. Its goal is to manage all operations in an efficient and integrated manner and to monitor the complete water cycle permanently by performing advanced diagnostics that allow the optimization, maintenance and investment of assets.
Dinapsis is organized around ten interlocutor that stretches across Spanish geography as a network of interconnected neurons. Numerous innovative services are fed from this network aimed at conserving essential resources, especially water, through dynapsies for waterIts purpose is to transform the water cycle by applying all cutting edge technologies.
Innovation Acceleration Centres
The digital world and water. What is the relationship? Where do you find synergy? Agbar found this link. Remote monitoring and algorithms based on artificial intelligence and analysis big data They provide invaluable information for decision-making tailored to each situation or need. dynapsies It applies advanced monitoring and analytics tools to real-time data allowing in-depth knowledge of the water network and its behaviour. This advanced knowledge allows for greater speed and efficiency in facing potential possibilities, as well as improving procedures and investments needed in the short and long term.
each center of dynapsies It is oriented to specific topics according to the sensitivity of the region in which it is located, acting as an accelerator for innovation in the local ecosystem. he center A key player in energy efficiency, Costa del Sol, located in Marbella, is a pioneer in applying innovative and efficient technologies to deal with water scarcity, as well as providing the digital services needed to help municipalities achieve carbon neutrality.
“Dinapsis Costa del Sol” is not only clever at managing water; It also becomes an innovation accelerator for the local ecosystem
full network of interlocutor Which form dynapsies It is monitored and supervised by a specialized cyber security center, in order to ensure continuity of water supply service at all times and to provide a prompt and rapid response to a potential computer threat.
but dynapsies It is not just a space for technological innovation. It is also intended for cooperation and training between the public and private sectors. His initiatives like Dynapsis Hackathon And Dinapsis Open Challenge They build bridges of communication with the university environment and with the innovation ecosystem in an area to support the talents of entrepreneurs and startups.
With this set of comprehensive services, Hidralia reaches out to society, departments and companies. Because the ultimate goal is all inclusive: achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, integrating digital transformation into environmental management and providing solutions to climate change challenges.
Innovation for the environmental transformation of cities
he center The Hidralia operating system on the Costa del Sol, integrated into the smart grid of the Agbar Group, in addition to being a benchmark in resource efficiency, is a model and a key player in achieving the goals of the 2030 Plan for cities, helping them in their environment. transition. in Dynapsis of the city, one of the main axes of this network, proposes solutions to improve urban resilience through principles of circular economy and green space management. Thanks to the value of the data, intense in applications that come to map the indicators of the ecosystem of cities, Hidralia can implement sustainable development strategies in municipalities through the spatial analysis of the territory, ensuring compliance with environmental standards.