Aquanuity, Inc., the leader in strategy-led simulation-powered water infrastructure digital twin software, today announced that Aquanuity and t4 Spatial have signed a partnership agreement. The partnership will focus on providing seamless access to t4 Vault inspection data via AquaTwin Asset. AquaTwin Asset users can now instantly access CCTV inspection footages stored in t4 Vault for use in performing comprehensive condition assessment, cataloguing defects, determining remaining useful life of assets, developing optimal and prioritized infrastructure renewal and replacement plans, and adopting a proactive pipeline management approach.
“By providing secure, cloud CCTV storage and sharing solution, t4 Vault lets water and wastewater utilities get more value from their pipeline inspection data,” said Paul F. Boulos, Chairman and CEO of Aquanuity. “AquaTwin Asset can now directly import this critical data to help utilities build holistic asset management programs using a risk-based approach to pipeline condition assessment, giving them a smart way to pursue and achieve sustainable infrastructure, make better decisions about budgets and investments in assets, prevent asset failures, run their organizations more effectively, and enhance their communities and level of service.”
Said Michael Thompson, Vice President of T4 Spatial, “We are excited to partner with Aquanuity and complement our solutions to provide more value for the water industry. This gives customers tremendous power and flexibility to optimize their capital improvement programs and get the best value for cost.”
Aquanuity is an engineering technology company focused on helping the world’s water infrastructure work better. We blend science and creativity to create cutting-edge innovations that play a critical role in advancing a sustainable future. Our innovative software fundamentally changes the way water utilities and engineering firms can use technology to create and manage safe, efficient, reliable, sustainable, resilient and smarter water infrastructure and build better communities.