In a world where water-related challenges become increasingly complex and urgent, the imperative for innovative and sustainable solutions has never been greater. The water sector, essential for life and development, faces the monumental task of updating and expanding its infrastructure to meet the growing demands of an increasing population and ecosystems in need of protection. In this context, it is projected that the global water industry will require an investment of approximately 1.9 trillion dollars by 2030, highlighting the scale of the challenge and the opportunity before us.
Digitalization emerges as a transformative force in this scenario, offering new tools for more efficient and effective water management. Autodesk positions itself at the forefront of this transformation, merging expertise in design and construction with advanced hydrological modeling technologies. This promises not only a more resilient and sustainable water infrastructure but also paves the way for smarter and more connected water management practices.
The Autodesk Water Webinar Series by Smart Water Magazine serves as a meeting platform for water utility companies involved in the entire water cycle. This series of webinars aims to explore and discuss how technological innovation is redefining the water landscape, from safe supply and sanitation to flood protection, asset maintenance, and risk mitigation. With an agenda set to address the most relevant and cutting-edge topics in water management, the series seeks not only to inform but also to inspire action towards a more prosperous and sustainable water future for everyone.
With a long history of leading the creation of advanced software for the sector, Autodesk Water shares its commitment to developing solutions that foster more efficient and sustainable water use. The Autodesk Water Webinar Series by Smart Water Magazine thus becomes an essential forum for water utility companies looking to stay at the forefront of innovation in water management, offering a unique window into the trends, challenges, and opportunities that will define the future of our relationship with the planet's most vital resource.
At Autodesk, we equip the water industry with the solutions needed to make the best decisions possible at every stage of a water asset’s lifecycle
Join us in this webinar series to discover how the integration of technology in water management is facilitating global efforts to ensure a supply of drinking water, protect against flooding, and ensure the sustainability of our water resources for present and future generations. We are at a turning point in the history of water management, and together, we can work towards a safer and more prosperous future for all.
Registration in the webinar series is free of charge.
Rebecca specializes in supporting water utilities and their supply chain to achieve digital transformation, especially in the area of real time operational modelling and digital twins. Her modelling and design experience in large infrastructure consultancy projects in all aspects of the water sector enables her to provide smart solution decisions and insights.
Youssef is a water enthusiast, with years of hydraulic and transient modeling experience supporting some of America’s largest public and private water utilities.He is a Rutgers alumnus, having completed both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in civil and environmental engineering.In his role as technical marketing manager, Youssef covers all technical marketing initiatives for the water portfolio at Autodesk.
Autodesk is changing how the world is designed and made. Our technology spans many industries, including software for water and wastewater professionals worldwide. Autodesk’s modelling, simulation, and predictive analyses solutions enable more cost-effective and sustainable water distribution networks, water collection systems, treatment plants, and flood protection
Autodesk is committed to shoring up a future where water is safe, accessible, and preserved for all—helping teams manage the water systems of today and build infrastructure for tomorrow.