- ConstructionDive: Tech 101: Digital Twins
- Environmental Business Journal: 2019 EBJ Business Achievement Awards
- WaterWorld: Bentley Systems Announces Winners of Year in Infrastructure 2019 Awards
- Global Water Intelligence Magazine: Rescuing Utilities from Data Overload
- GHz Partners: Jacobs Pioneers the Use of a Digital Twin on the Thames Estuary Flood Management 2100 Project
Conferences & Events
Meet and talk with Jacobs’ digital solutions experts at these upcoming conferences and events:
June 14-17, 2020
Orlando, Florida, U.S.
July 5-9, 2020
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
October 3-7, 2020
New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.
Awards & Recognition
The Environmental Business International (EBI) recognized Jacobs’ Replica digital twin solutions software with a 2019 Technology Merit award, specifically honoring our work with Melbourne Water using Replica at the Winneke Water Treatment Plant.
Bentley Systems also recognized Replica, honoring our work with Singapore’s National Water Agency, Public Utilities Board (PUB) at the Tuas Water Reclamation Plant with one of its 2019 Year in Infrastructure Awards in the Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants category.
Jacobs Digital Water Solutions
Utilities, public works organizations, cities and other government agencies look to us for digital water solutions capable of providing insight into their operations; opportunities to utilize their resources more efficiently and improve their customer service, infrastructure security, back-end information systems and service delivery/effectiveness.
Jacobs’ digital water solutions – from smart meters to digital twins and the technologies in between – allow our clients to make the most of what they have or do more with less. Around the world, we’ve helped clients protect their assets, improve efficiency within their organizations, make wise decisions and more fully leverage their existing information systems.
Harnessing the power of technology and connectivity, we provide services to transform big data into actionable information that helps utilities address increasing regulatory pressures, aging workforces, failing infrastructure and climate change. By taking the guess work out of what’s really happening within a water system, utilities gain the knowledge they need to optimize performance and make rapid decisions to keep our world safe and improve the efficiency of our water networks.