Significant investments are spent on building and calibrating hydraulic models for planning. Real-time modeling systems can bridge this gap by leveraging sensor and model investments as a real-time decision support system for operations teams.
In this blog, we’re sharing some of the lessons learned and the key benefits gained in using live models to help ensure successful real-time modeling programs.
InfoWorks WS Pro’s workgroup technology offers multi-user access to your water models as well as model change management tools, that facilitates collaboration between modellers and improve your team productivity.
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...
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.