Back to blog home

Scroll for all blogs, or filter:

September 14, 2021 | Allison Keir

Accelerate Your Water Modeling to the Next Level

From InfoWater-to-InfoWater Pro, we’ve enhanced our water modeling with newly improved features and added functionalities to help you prepare for the future. InfoWater Pro is a GIS-integrated water distribution modeling package now offering, easy-to-use pressure zone creation tools and schematics, a new control center to centralize pump, valve, and pipe rule-based controls and an improved interface to interact with and connect live data, such as SCADA and more, to your hydraulic model. To learn more read this blog...
Read More

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...
Read More

December 4, 2020 | Perrine Parrod

New Advancements to InfoWorks WS Pro

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.
Read More

November 6, 2020 | Luca Serena

How to Find Critical Pipe Bursts

Knowing which are the most critical pipes in the network with regards to burst events (for example in terms of customers affected by the potential failure) facilitates the planning of the maintenance activity, allowing for adequate resources allocation for critical assets.
Read More

November 6, 2020 | Luca Serena

Sensitivity Analysis with InfoWorks WS Pro

How critical is the telemetry initialization of your hydraulic model when assessing the impact of an incident? There is not a unique answer to that question, variations on boundary conditions will have different impacts depending on several variables, such as the amount of storage is available within the network, burst size and duration, incident location, etc.
Read More