The growth of the world’s population, GDP and cities is putting pressure on freshwater supply and wastewater treatment. McKinsey estimates that by 2030, the global gap between water supply and demand could reach 40%.
A sustained pace of efficient modernization and expansion of utility networks and plants is essential to close this gap at a cost that is affordable for the environment and end users. This includes desalination plants, drinking water production and distribution facilities, wastewater networks and treatment plants, district heating and cooling systems, industrial water treatment, or industrial cooling.
Samp is there to help quickly rebuild a shared, up-to-date twin of these assets, whether owned or operated on behalf of a third party, allowing for continuous data cleansing by all stakeholders.