AC22 - Digital Resiliency Through Mixed Reality
Recorded On: 04/14/2022
Member fee: $20.00
Non-Member fee: $30.00
.5 contact hours towards CWEA's: CSM , MT, EIT Certifications
SWRCB Waste Water CEUs: 0.1
Extended Reality technologies, such as augmented reality and mixed reality, a utility can substantially increase its digital resiliency. Strengthening digital resiliency through the use of XR yields numerous benefits. These benefits include emergency response and quality performance, institutional knowledge capture and transfer and empowering the next generation of utility experts.
Better understand the need for digital resiliency planning.
Understand the numerous benefits MR adds to the utility industry, including emergency response, quality performance, institutional knowledge capture and transfer; empowering next generation utility experts; remote viewing, communication, and support.
See the benefits of adopting MR to help establish long-term knowledge retention to sustain their infrastructure, as well as the overall production and mission of the utility.
Senior Manager, Disruptive Technologies
My passion is the early identification, evaluation and evangelizing of emerging technologies or other key innovations that will have significant impact on our clients. My work is part of our firms agile and iterative approach to developing strategies that enable our clients to respond quickly to new opportunities and threats and keep pace with the speed of digital business. My focus of late has been on leveraging to power of immersive mixed reality, drones, and remote assist technologies to help transform client experiences and outcomes.
Roya Yousefelahiyeh, PE
Black & Veatch
Roya is a project engineer at Black & Veatch with nearly 7 years of experience. She has worked on the design and construction of several projects including recycled water treatment plants (Title 22 for irrigation and IPR), wastewater treatment plants and pump stations. She has Master’s Degree in Civil/Environmental Engineering from North Carolina State University, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering. She served as the Treasurer of CWEA San Francisco Bay Section from 2016 to 2021. As of March 2022, she is the Fundraising Officer of Engineers Without Borders- San Francisco Professionals Chapter.
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