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Jacobs Webcasts

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Trends & Directions Videocasts

Cybersecurity: Systems, Sensors and Strategy

In this video, we discuss cybersecurity maturity, industrial control systems, data breaches, network access control, the Internet of Things and more with Susan Howard, Director, Federal ICS Cybersecurity, Jacobs; Eric Conway, Technical Director, Cybersecurity, Jacobs; and Dean G. Hullings, Global Defense Solutions Strategist, Forescout.
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Cybersecurity: Systems, Sensors and Strategy

Infectious Diseases, Emergency Preparedness and Health System Resilience

Infectious Diseases webcast

In this exclusive interview, we spoke with healthcare experts Dr. Nino Kharaishvili and Dr. David Franz about a variety of topics, such as how COVID-19 compares to other epidemics and pandemics; what are the best practices for emergency preparedness; what are the most pressing challenges with regards to pandemic preparedness that are not receiving enough attention; how the current pandemic may change the way that healthcare systems respond to future pandemics; and many others.
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Health Service in the U.S. Post-
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Health Service in the US Post-COVID-19

In this episode, our guests Dina Salvaggio (Jacobs Principal of Healthcare Consulting, APG) and Donn Sorensen (Executive Vice President of Operations, Mercy Health Ministry) discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the American healthcare system, in such areas as workforce challenges, financial ramifications, and the evolving role of virtual medicine and technology.
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Maintaining Occupant Safety After Long-Term Building Closures: Air and Water Quality Considerations

Occupant Safety

This video. featuring Jesus Garcia Aleman, Global Surface Water Technology Leader, and Charles Funk, Global Building Systems Solutions Director, focuses on both water and air quality issues within buildings - a topic not only relevant to building owners and property managers, but to returning occupants.
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Hydrogen Hurdles – Breaking Down Commercial Barriers to a Decarbonized Future

Hydrogen Hurdles

In this video we discuss the unique role that water utilities could play in hydrogen production with Simon Prunster, Energy & Emissions Specialist at Yarra Valley Water, Michelle Freund, Senior Economist at Jacobs, and Henry Swisher, Energy Markets Consultant at Jacobs.
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Water Webinars

Digital Twins: Enabling Data-Driven Water Reclamation & Reuse Solutions

Julian SandinoJulian Sandino, Jacobs Wastewater Global Solutions Director, moderates the discussion.

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In our technology-driven world, digital representations of physical assets, processes and systems – better known as "digital twins" – are rapidly becoming a preferred practice across markets. In this webinar you’ll learn how Digital Twin solutions enable optimal use of resources allowing solutions to be investigated and tested without putting equipment, public health or the environment at risk.


AI for AI: How Artificial Intelligence and Technology Tools are Addressing Aging Infrastructure and Corrosion Control

Susan MoisioSusan Moisio, Jacobs Global Solutions Director – Conveyance and Storage, moderates the conversations.

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In this two-part webinar, we look at how new digital solutions are helping the industry better manage and maintain water infrastructure. Technology has replaced the proverbial “crystal ball” and is providing real-time maintenance predictions through more complete data, improved data consistency and faster data processing. Learn how Artificial Intelligence and digital innovations are being employed to enable more accurate management of these age-old issues.


One Water: An Integrated, Inclusive Approach to a Sustainable Water Future – July 14, 2020

Adam Hosking If we think differently about water and view all water as a valuable resource, we can work to tackle the issues that impact people and move beyond traditional silos to bring an integrated, inclusive approach to a sustainable water future for all.
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Adapting Smart Water Metering Implementation During COVID-19: June 25, 2020

Jaason EnglesmithJaason Englesmith, Global Technology Leader for Smart Metering at Jacobs, hosts a discussion about how Jacobs is adapting delivery of Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) projects during COVID-19 and the recent success the City of Columbia has had keeping their field installations on-track with accommodations for social distancing and modifications to customer engagement.
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An Integrated Approach to Coastal City Flood Resilience: June 9, 2020

Susy TorrienteAdam Hosking, Jacobs Water Resources Global Solutions Director, and Susy Torriente, Global Leader for City Resilience, discuss the challenges coastal cities face in delivering a safe, affordable and resilient environment for their residents and economy.
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Water Utility Resilience + COVID-19 Response: June 2, 2020

Adam HoskingAdam Hosking, Jacobs Water Resources Global Solutions Director, and some of the foremost industry experts focus on Water Utility Resiliency — from what it takes to plan and prepare for long-term issues such as climate change, to how to pivot planning and respond to unforeseen challenges such as
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PFAS Considerations in the Water Sector: May 12, 2020

Peter Nicol Join Peter Nicol, Jacobs Global Vice President, Global Director for Water, for this webinar focused on PFAS considerations in the water sector with a look at the latest information on sampling, analytical methods and best available treatment technologies for removing per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) from water systems and wastewater applications.
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Water and Wastewater CIO Forum:
April 7, 2020

Raja Kadiyala Jacobs Digital Market Director Raja Kadiyala and a team of experts recently delivered a business continuity webinar in the wake of COVID-19 for the Water and Wastewater Chief Information Officer (CIO) Forum. The CIO Forum, which includes 40 of the larger water utilities in North America, was established to share solutions and best practices to help utilities navigate the digital landscape.
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