Category Archives: InfoMaster

Project Bundling – Post Rehab Plan

At the end of running a rehab flowchart, the rehab summary report is generated which shows the assigned rehab action for each pipe. However, many utilities and engineering consultants do not perform rehab actions on an individual pipe basis, but … Continue reading

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Importing Custom Service Requests, Inspections, etc.

Many times, our clients will have custom inspection data for assets and will want to bring that information into InfoMaster.  Because InfoMaster is extremely flexible with both GIS and tabular data, there are lots of ways of doing this, but the technique … Continue reading

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Exporting Map Themes from InfoMaster

One of the main benefits of InfoMaster is the ability to leverage all of the different applications already within ArcMap.  Because InfoMaster is completely built within the geodatabase structure, all InfoMaster data is also ArcGIS data.  This makes it very … Continue reading

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CoFs & LoFs: Pie Charts and Risk Weights

Ever wonder how the LOF and COF Contribution Pie Charts  are generated in InfoMaster?  If so, read on! The percentages are calculated when InfoMaster sums the total COFs and LOFs in the risk report.

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The Relationships between Rehab Tables

In InfoMaster, there are five special tables to help users go from defect codes to costs for completing rehab actions. These five tables can be found under the main InfoMaster dropdown:

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Failure Modeling In InfoMaster 8.0

Along with many more subtle updates to InfoMaster 8.0, what used to be called Reliability Analysis in InfoMaster has now been upgraded and renamed as Failure and Deterioration Modeling. The Failure/Deterioration tools in InfoMaster allow users to select from a … Continue reading

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InfoMaster Advanced Reports – User Guide

InfoMaster’s Advanced Report and Report Designer options create a powerful tool for users wanting to convey specific InfoMaster results. These tools allow total customization for how an analysis can be displayed, as well as allowing users to perform other analysis … Continue reading

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Asset management prioritization and SCADA analytics highlighted at Innovyze San Diego User Group Meeting

On Thursday, January 12th, an Innovyze User Group meeting was held in Santee, CA hosted by Padre Dam Municipal Water District.  Over 30 delegates attended from water and sewer utilities and their engineering consultants from across Southern California attended the … Continue reading

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Asset management prioritization highlighted at Innovyze User Group Meeting, featuring InfoMaster

On Friday, December 9th, an InfoMaster User Group meeting was held in Oakland, CA hosted by East Bay Municipal Utilities District.  Over 50 delegates attended from water and sewer utilities and their engineering consultants from across Northern California.

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Publish InfoMaster results to an ArcGIS online webmap with ease.

An InfoMaster project is simply an ESRI geodatabase — there are really no limitations or requirements, users may employ our default GDB (based off of the ESRI Local Government Information Model), or utilize their own existing GDB(s). The format of … Continue reading

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