Aquanuity, Inc., the leader in strategy-led simulation-powered water infrastructure digital twin software, today announced that Tualatin Valley Water District (TVWD), Oregon has purchased AquaTwin Asset and AquaTwin Water for managing all aspects of its drinking water distribution system. The decision further confirms Aquanuity’s leadership position in AI-powered ArcGIS Pro-centric digital twin software for water utilities.
TVWD serves about 215,500 customers in parts of Washington County, Oregon. Its service area covers more than 44 square miles including portions of Beaverton, Hillsboro, Tigard, and unincorporated Washington County. The District maintains 759 miles of pipe ranging from 2 to 60 inches in diameter and 23 covered reservoirs with a combined storage capacity of about 67 million gallons.
“Water utilities of all sizes are quickly recognizing the unprecedented business value and benefits of the AquaTwin digital twin platform for building, operating and managing highly efficient, sustainable and resilient water infrastructure systems,” said Paul F. Boulos, Chairman and CEO of Aquanuity. “The fact that progressive utilities like TVWD chose Aquanuity as its solution partner clearly demonstrates the significant advantages and superiority of our water infrastructure digital twin technology. We’re proud and excited to partner in TVWD’s success.”
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.