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February 11, 2021

Advanced Modelling for Leakage Assessments, Planning and Operations

Utilities are spending large amounts of money on Non-Revenue Water and hours developing annual water loss reports with little way of tracking this through the year or how it can be dealt with. As a result, leakage strategies are being picked up by utilities all over the world to meet targets of leakage reduction through the network, both transmission and distribution. To learn how you can use modelling to resolve these issues, read this blog...
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February 1, 2021 | David Fortune

Flood Forecasting: The Original Operational Water Digital Twin

Flooding can be an essential part of the economy – so much agriculture depends on the nutrients that flood brings. However, most of us know flooding for the damage, disruption, and of course loss of life, that it brings. By giving warning of impending flood, people can take action to reduce damage, reduce disruption, be informed to get out of the way, take refuge and thus save lives. To learn more read this blog...
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February 1, 2021 | Ryan Brown

Benefits of InfoWorks ICM Suite

Infoworks ICM is a powerful modeling tool that can be further valued by using RiskMaster and time series databases (TSDB) which are included in the Infoworks ICM Suite. Essentially, TSDB is a software system that stores information and associates time with a certain value. Instead of being limited to idealized or hypothetical conditions and data, the TSDB in ICM allows you to use actual rainfall events in your simulation or other information collected in the field. To learn more read the following blog...
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January 28, 2021 | Ryan Brown

5 Ways InfoWorks ICM Can Help You Work More Efficiently

There are numerous ways that InfoWorks ICM can help you work more efficiently. From model development and simulation runs, ICM is designed to help the user streamline ongoing projects and data intake. It provides a digital representation of the natural and constructed environment surrounding your sewer and stormwater networks, above and below ground so that you can confidently manage your systems. Read this blog to learn about 5 ways InfoWorks ICM can help you work more efficiently:
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