Sophisticated Geospatial Urban Drainage Modeling

InfoSWMM is a GIS-centric hydraulic, hydrologic, and water quality simulation model for urban drainage and sewer networks. It provides analysis for the planning and management of stormwater, sanitary sewer, and combined sewer networks.

Work in a Familiar Environment

If you’re accustomed to working within the ArcGIS interface, then why change? Integrating GIS layers of parcels and buildings with your model facilitates an easier workflow by letting you work in a platform you already know.

Work in a Familiar Environment
Proactive System Management

Proactive System Management

With InfoSWMM, you can conduct extensive overflow, Rainfall Derived Infiltration and Inflow (RDII), green infrastructure, and groundwater infiltration (GWI) studies. You can ensure accurate and effective long-term system planning.

Highly Compatible

InfoSWMM integrates with leading geospatial solutions. It enables you to easily process and import data from EPASWMM, HEC-RAS, CSV and more.

Highly Compatible
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What you can do with InfoSWMM

  • CSO and SSO Control

    InfoSWMM assists you to reduce your chances of being caught off guard by Combined Sewer Overflows (CSOs) or Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSOs). Conduct extensive backflow, surcharge, and overflow analysis so you have a full understanding of your networks to develop proactive strategies for reducing CSO and SSO events.

    CSO and SSO Control
  • Protect Water Quality

    In addition to modeling the generation and transport of runoff flows, InfoSWMM can estimate product, fate, and treatment of pollution loads associated with this runoff. You can simulate dry weather pollutant buildup based on land use, pollutant wash-off during storm events, and dry weather entry of sanitary flows. Use your model to design reduction strategies to keep your system and the receiving waters healthy.

    Protect Water Quality
  • Sustainable Management of Runoff

    With InfoSWMM Sustain, you can model green roofs, porous pavements, swales and more. Using your GIS data, you can site basins, constructed wetlands, rain barrels, cisterns, and other low-impact development (LID) infrastructure. These add-ons can help you evaluate best management practices for reducing volume and peak flow while addressing water quality in an ecologically sound manner.

  • Clear Interpretation of Results

    Turn database results into rich representations that are accessible and clearly understood. Visual results analysis gives you the answers you need from your storm, sanitary, and combined sewer models. Color coded maps and versatile reporting formats provide stakeholders with actionable insights from model outputs. You can confidently plan capacity improvements or perform thorough overflow and flood risk assessments.

    Clear Interpretation of Results
  • RDII Analysis

    Excessive wet weather flow resulting from rainfall-derived inflow and infiltration (RDII) is a major source of sanitary sewer overflows (SSOs). InfoSWMM lets you leverage time-series monitoring data that is quality checked to seek RDII inputs for model calibration. Additionally, InfoSWMM determines if RDII and groundwater flow components are prevalent enough to cause SSOs and other operational problems.

  • Growth Projections

    InfoSWMM empowers system managers to develop long term plans for their stormwater and sanitary networks. Effectively model for system expansions resulting from population growth, changes to the climate, and other foreseeable future impacts on system integrity. Adopt proactive system management for a resilient system for years to come.

    Growth Projections
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“Among the many reasons we selected InfoSWMM, InfoSWMM 2D and InfoSWMM Sustain is their demonstrated ability to help us optimize our Storm Water Management Program as well as eliminate the occurrence of Sanitary Sewer Overflows in our sanitary sewer system. The programs also integrate seamlessly with our standard Esri-based GIS platform, creating a winning combination for us.”

Everett Skipper, P.E., BCEE Director of Engineering, Newport News, Colorado

  • On Demand Webinar

    Creating a Dynamic Sewer Master Plan for Today and the Future

    Any Collection System Manager can tell you that it's important to be up to date on your sewer system. Even if you're just monitoring a current system or planning for future growth you'll want to have a "digital twin" of what is happening underground.

  • Brochure

    InfoSWMM Product Brochure

    Get more information and technical specifications to learn how InfoSWMM can help you and your team.

  • Video

    Intro to InfoSWMM, InfoSWMM 2D, and InfoSWMM Sustain

    Watch a quick introduction to Innovyze's InfoSWMM product family featuring InfoSWMM, InfoSWMM 2D and InfoSWMM Sustain.

On Demand Webinar

Creating a Dynamic Sewer Master Plan for Today and the Future

Any Collection System Manager can tell you that it's important to be up to date on your sewer system. Even if you're just monitoring a current system or planning for future growth you'll want to have a "digital twin" of what is happening underground.

Brochure

InfoSWMM Product Brochure

Get more information and technical specifications to learn how InfoSWMM can help you and your team.

Video

Intro to InfoSWMM, InfoSWMM 2D, and InfoSWMM Sustain

Watch a quick introduction to Innovyze's InfoSWMM product family featuring InfoSWMM, InfoSWMM 2D and InfoSWMM Sustain.