Model and Manage Water Distribution Networks within ArcGIS Pro

InfoWater Pro provides next-generation software and visualization, empowering you to make the best decisions about your water supply network.

Contact us for limited-time pricing

See what’s new in InfoWater Pro 2.0

Comprehensive Modeling Within the Advanced ArcGIS Pro Environment

InfoWater Pro's hydraulic model is fully integrated into Esri ArcGIS Pro, bringing powerful modeling into the advanced GIS environment and providing unsurpassed spatial analysis capabilities. You get sound, cost-effective engineering solutions for designing, planning, and operating your systems, all within the GIS, as you can see in our on-demand webinar >

Screenshot of InfoWater Pro water distribution network
play Play
photo of worker operating valve on hydrant

Faster, Easier Workflows

For ArcGIS Pro users, InfoWater Pro is the obvious choice. You get the fastest modeling, advanced 3D views and a range of apps to choose from, including Unidirectional Flushing

Contact us for special limited-time pricing options.

Increased Productivity

Go beyond standard GIS functionality, with zooming and panning in both 2D and 3D mode, for greater productivity and better user experience. InfoWater Pro fully supports 3D ArcGIS Pro functionalities, so you can run InfoWater Pro in 3D mode to create 3D map displays, to generate GIS selections based on modelling results, and to visually compare building elevation with simulated nodal pressure.

InfoWater screen shot
Thumbnail for video of InfoWater Pro 2.0 focusing on ArcGIS Online features
play Play

Share Information Easily

InfoWater Pro’s close integration with ArcGIS Online and new Web Services makes it easy to share data within and outside your organization. For example, the InfoWater Pro GIS Gateway enables you to create a model from an ArcGIS Online data source, and share hydraulic results with ArcGIS Online.

Discover how in just over a minute  >

What you can do with InfoWater Pro

  • Analyze Pressure Interactions in Schematic View

    Analyse global interaction between pressures zones, and single zone performance, in Pressure Zone Manager.

    In schematic view you get summary overviews with your map, which are readily understandable by people who aren’t familiar with the model.

    Read all about it  >

    See how it works in just over one minute:

     

  • Plan Unidirectional Flushing Sequences

    Design and assess the impact of unidirectional flushing activities and create a comprehensive field journal for flushing field crews.

    See the full details  > 

    UDF is included with InfoWater Pro Suite. Ask us about the attractive pricing options  >

    Flush Zone Manager:
    Field journal exported to Excel:

  • Visualize in 2D and 3d, At Speed

    Work at speed, with 2D and 3D visualizations. You can resolve criticalities at the design stage with 3D representations of your network topology.

    InfoWater Pro 3D Views
  • Access Dedicated Modeling Apps

    Access a whole new range of dedicated modelling apps:

    • Demand Allocator
    • Protector
    • Criticality Assessment Manager
    • Pressure Zone Manager
    • Scheduler
    • Designer
    • Pump System Analysis
    • Skeletonizer
    • Back-tracing
    • NetVIEW
    • Calibrator
    • Water Quality Calibrator

    See full details  >

  • Use Relative Patterns

    You can define an individual pattern starting time for different simulation starting times.

    InfoWater Pro screenshot
  • Connect External Telemetry to your Models

    Be more confident about your model, by connecting external telemetry data for continuous verification. Check with us for the latest available data adapters.

    Connect External Telemetry to your Models
  • Convert models easily

    Converting models from InfoWater to InfoWater Pro is seamless and easy, so your investment is protected as your productivity increases.

    Convert models easily
quote

At San Juan Water District, we focus on customer service, infrastructure reliability and sound cost-effective management of our water distribution system which serves approximately 160,000 residents. Going from an outdated in-house developed GIS solution, to now using InfoWater Pro and its connection with Esri’s ArcGIS Pro, has provided us with very useful tools to help us effectively map, monitor, control and analyze our transmission and distribution assets.

Rob Watson Engineering Services Manager, San Juan Water District

photo of greenery in heavy rain
  • Video

    InfoWater Modeling Made Easy

    See what InfoWater can do in under three minutes.

  • On Demand Webinar

    Enhancing Level of Service for Water Supply Networks

    How to know what distribution assets you have, where they are, and how they are performing against the level of service requirements. Plus a tour of the latest features in InfoWater Pro.

  • On Demand Webinar

    Managing Emergencies and Outages in your Water System

    How would your customers be affected by a pipe break/repair, or other outages? In this webinar we’ll introduce outage analysis capabilities and show how InfoWater users simulate emergencies in their hydraulic distribution system models.

Video

InfoWater Modeling Made Easy

See what InfoWater can do in under three minutes.

On Demand Webinar

Enhancing Level of Service for Water Supply Networks

How to know what distribution assets you have, where they are, and how they are performing against the level of service requirements. Plus a tour of the latest features in InfoWater Pro.

On Demand Webinar

Managing Emergencies and Outages in your Water System

How would your customers be affected by a pipe break/repair, or other outages? In this webinar we’ll introduce outage analysis capabilities and show how InfoWater users simulate emergencies in their hydraulic distribution system models.

Looking for technical information?

Abstract close up of water in movement