Integrated Catchment Modeling for a Single Workstation

ICMOne offers the industry-leading InfoWorks ICM environment for individuals and small teams.

The single-user version of the market-leading software

ICMOne is a single-user version of InfoWorks ICM, the industry-leading catchment modeling application. It's tailored to be ideal for one user or for small teams.

ICM is a powerful integrated catchment modeling application that handles urban and rural terrain, with 1D and 2D flows. It enables you to model catchments to plan developments, test designs, be prepared for emergencies, and predict performance under a range of conditions.

With ICMOne, you can get all the functions and benefits of ICM but with a subscription license designed to be affordable for one user. It's ideal for small developers, planners, consultants, and construction firms.

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Powered by industry-standard engines and straightforward to use

As well as its proven SIM engine, ICMOne offers the Innovyze enhanced SWMM engine, built on the open-source EPA SWMM engine with many years of Innovyze enhancements. Users can choose either the SWMM or ICM SIM engine environments to suit their project needs. Upgrading to ICM is straightforward.

Efficient use of modelers' time

ICMOne provides great utilization of existing hardware. It automatically redistributes simulations across all available cores during a run, and allows multiple simulations to happen in parallel. This means that simulation tasks can be computed quickly and therefore make efficient use of a modeler’s time. All SWMM users will find the SWMM interface familiar and easy to use.

To help you get the best out of ICMOne, we offer training and webinars, our expert Support team and Knowledgebase are on hand if you have questions.

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The entry point to leading modeling capabilities

ICMOne is the entry point to a globally acclaimed set of modelling capabilities. You can upgrade from ICMOne to the full InfoWorks ICM, and to ICMLive for live and forward-looking modeling.

ICM solutions are well known across utilities and the stormwater and wastewater industry for their power, versatility and capabilities.

What you can do with ICMOne

  • Predict and Manage CSOs, Flooding, and Maintenance Issues

    ICMOne's tools let you prepare and mitigate flood conditions or changes in flow. They enable you to understand the combined sewer overflow (CSO) performance relative to other CSOs in the catchment, thereby steering investment and enabling a holistic view of impact that changes in the network might have on CSO performance.

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  • Bring Modeling In-House, or Work More Closely with Consultants

    Many smaller utilities contract out their modeling to consultants because they can't justify investment in multi-user modeling. With ICMOne, the utility and consultants can streamline their work together. Or the utility can bring some tasks in-house.

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  • Model Natural and Built Environments

    You can model sewer systems, gullies, pumping stations, and sluice gates; and the hydrology of the natural environment including precipitation, evaporation, groundwater levels, runoff, river/coastal levels and much more.

    ICMOne can handle flooding sources such as heavy rainfall causing inlet incapacity and surface water; sewer escapes, overland flow, and large-scale inundation. What impact do they have together? ICMOne can show you.

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  • Include Hydrology and Hydraulics

    ICMOne models hydrology (rainfall, runoff, surface flows) as well as the hydraulics of sewer systems and rivers, with depths and velocities.

    screenshot of InfoWorks ICM - 2D results depth and velocity graph

  • Get Clear Visualizations and Add Labels

    ICMOne displays results in a way that's easy to interpret. 

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    You can add themes, layers such as maps, and labels, such as ponds, river bank lines, swales (sustainable drainage), urban networks and so on.

    Default theme showing subcatchments and runoffs (L), and the same location with labels (R)

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  • Choose a Variety of Output Formats

    Reports, emails, onscreen visualizations, dashboards, and notifications can all be generated so you can communicate appropriate information to audiences including managers, operators, asset managers, and approving authorities. ICMOne offers statistical reports (such as annual spill figures, worst case scenario reports, and return period analysis).

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  • On Demand Webinar

    InfoWorks ICM and the Power of the GeoPlan

    As catchment management systems become increasingly integrated, hydraulic model results play a more important role in effective decision making. See how you can share modelling outputs to drive stronger decisions.

  • On Demand Webinar

    Making Scotland’s Smart Canal a Reality with Live Modelling

    Innovyze and AECOM used ICMLive to release over 110 hectares of North Glasgow real estate, enabling shops, businesses and up to 3000 new homes to be built on land that was historically considered unfit for development.

  • On Demand Webinar

    Top 10 features in ICM

    The top 10 reasons why a stormwater engineer would always choose InfoWorks ICM for flood modelling.

On Demand Webinar

InfoWorks ICM and the Power of the GeoPlan

As catchment management systems become increasingly integrated, hydraulic model results play a more important role in effective decision making. See how you can share modelling outputs to drive stronger decisions.

On Demand Webinar

Making Scotland’s Smart Canal a Reality with Live Modelling

Innovyze and AECOM used ICMLive to release over 110 hectares of North Glasgow real estate, enabling shops, businesses and up to 3000 new homes to be built on land that was historically considered unfit for development.

On Demand Webinar

Top 10 features in ICM

The top 10 reasons why a stormwater engineer would always choose InfoWorks ICM for flood modelling.