The Industry’s Leading Integrated Modeling Solution

InfoWorks ICM is an advanced integrated catchment modeling software. You can model complex hydraulic and hydrologic network elements quickly, accurately, and collaboratively. InfoWorks ICM helps you plan for capacity improvements, system expansions, and emergency scenarios.

Model Complex Environments

As the industry leading hydraulic and hydrologic modeling solution, InfoWorks ICM digitalizes natural and constructed elements. It empowers you to accurately and quickly portray 1D infrastructure and 2D overland flows to give you a complete view of catchment behavior.

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Seamlessly Work Together

Bring in-house engineers and consultants together in a remotely collaborative environment. User-coded data flagging and audit logs give you practical conflict resolution functionality or lets you easily undo changes to the model.

Reduce Simulation Run Time

Using the latest GPU, CPU, and workgroup server technology, InfoWorks ICM renders simulation results with impressive speed and can distribute simulation solves across a remote network of licensed machines.

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InfoWorks ICM (integrated all source catchment modelling) is our program of choice due to its superior power and detailed 1D-2D coupling capabilities. It offers superior results through its general versatility and functionality of the software and provides us with the ability to test future developments within the catchment through use of scenarios.

Richard Allitt Associates, Ltd. Consulting Engineers, UK.

What you can do with InfoWorks ICM

  • Conduct Fully Integrated 1D and 2D Modeling

    InfoWorks ICM enables engineers to create a unified model that contains notable elements in both natural and constructed channels. Adding manholes, pipes, inlets, bridges, sluices, weirs and pumps lets you accurately model for 1D hydrodynamic simulations and 2D simulations in urban environments and river floodplains, all in a single powerful software.

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  • Model Above and Below Ground Drainage Networks

    InfoWorks ICM simultaneously models above and below ground elements of catchments to accurately represent all flow paths. This gives you a holistic view of complete catchment and floodplain behaviour as it happens in reality.

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  • Improve Speed, Access, and Collaboration

    InfoWorks ICM’s workgroup capabilities let you use remote machines to run simulations. It also empowers collaboration between modelers, engineers, and consultants. With data flagging and a clear audit trail for version control, you can be sure you are working with the most current version of the model. You can even revert to an older version if necessary.

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  • Flexibly Exchange Data

    In InfoWorks ICM, you can easily import hydraulic and hydrologic data from various sources including HEC-RAS, HEC– HMS, XPSWMM, CSVs and CAD files and into a single model. It gives you much needed flexibility to simplify workflows when building your model or adding system expansions.

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  • Keep Ahead of Adverse Events

    Proactively address Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSOs) and Combined Sewer Overflows (CSOs). Emergency storm simulations provide a clear understanding of where flooding may occur, and which critical facilities may be at risk. Add ICMLive for near real-time modeling. It brings in weather forecasts, telemetry, and other data sources to enable proactive, preventative actions.

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  • Use Real-Time Control

    InfoWorks ICM’s real-time control (RTC) capabilities allows for structures to be directly programmed for automatic response to conditions in the system during a simulation. This empowers distilled, yet comprehensive decision-making for the optimization of storage and operations strategy.

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  • Pollution Control Assessments

    Perform sediment transport and water quality monitoring across both 1D and 2D areas. Users can assess the fate of pollutants entering the catchment from both wash off and point sources. InfoWorks ICM lets you model dissolved oxygen, nitrite, nitrate, pH, salt, water temperature, coliforms, and more.

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“InfoWorks ICM is a critical component of our floodplain studies. It will help us accurately model our County’s complex river/creek system, improve coordination with the City of San Jose and neighboring Alameda County Flood Control District, and optimize our capital improvement program.”

Engineering Unit Manager Santa Clara Valley Water District Watersheds Stewardship and Planning Division

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  • Case Study

    Local Authority and Consultant Model Hurricane Impact on City

    See how HDR Inc. and San Antonio River Authority used InfoWorks ICM to model the effects of a 500-year storm event in their city.

  • Case Study

    Central San Reduces Capacity Planning by 30%

    After converting their steady-state sewer model to one that was dynamic, Central Contra Costa Sanitary District reduced their need for capacity improvement projects by 30%.

  • On Demand Webinar

    Workgroup Productivity in InfoWorks ICM

    Introduce collaboration to your catchment modeling. InfoWorks ICM enables teams to work together and create unified models that are complete and accurate, all within a shared workspace.

Case Study

Local Authority and Consultant Model Hurricane Impact on City

See how HDR Inc. and San Antonio River Authority used InfoWorks ICM to model the effects of a 500-year storm event in their city.

Case Study

Central San Reduces Capacity Planning by 30%

After converting their steady-state sewer model to one that was dynamic, Central Contra Costa Sanitary District reduced their need for capacity improvement projects by 30%.

On Demand Webinar

Workgroup Productivity in InfoWorks ICM

Introduce collaboration to your catchment modeling. InfoWorks ICM enables teams to work together and create unified models that are complete and accurate, all within a shared workspace.