While some utilities are able to pursue asset management plans on their own, engineering firms have an opportunity to support utility asset management with outside expertise and additional resources. Read this article to learn more about the challenges of asset management and the hidden costs.
David Fortune leads product strategy for water management software systems at Innovyze, including real-time operations, asset management, and hydraulic modelling. In this article, David is discussing the future of digital transformation technologies and how they apply to the water industry.
The newly released InfoWorks WS Pro 2021.1 release offers key new functionalities, extending InfoWorks WS Pro’s already rich water modeling capability. InfoWorks WS Pro 2021.1 features new pipe break analysis and multi-solute water quality (MSQ) modeling functionalities.
Sound asset management plans are relevant to utility teams who need to maintain high service levels at the best cost, better serve clients and ultimately win more business. Read the article to learn more about how your engineer firm can flourish by maximizing the asset lifecycle.
In the last five years sustainability has quickly become a major development in urban drainage design, across the globe.
For years, engineers have been experiencing the limitations of traditional pipe, pit and tank drainage. Traditional “gray” infrastructure is effective, but is also costly and disruptive to natural environments, plus deteriorating assets require constant maintenance.
Now, they are looking for a more flexible, sustainable approach.
The latest 2021.1 release of InfoAsset products offers both new and improved functionalities, including support for new and latest regional inspection standards, InfoAsset Mobile’s new CCTV and defect capture capability, improved capability for Android devices, enhanced InfoAsset Online mapping functionalities, and more: