Category Archives: InfoWater

Creating a custom ArcGIS toolbar and icons to quickly join or remove InfoWater layer data tables

Many modelers make use of the “Join all Layer Tables” feature within InfoWater as it quickly joins all of the input and output data tables for each of the six InfoWater element data types to their associated ArcGIS Layer.  This workflow instructs the … Continue reading

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Advanced Modeling of Pressure Control Valves within InfoWater

Why do you need Advanced Valve Control? Pressure Reducing Valve (PRV) and Pressure Sustaining Valve (PSV) are widely used in the water models to separate pressure zones and avoid extremely high and low pressures within a water distribution network. As … Continue reading

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InfoWater Recognized with Esri ArcGIS for Desktop Based Application Award

Innovyze is pleased to announce that its industry-leading smart water distribution network modeling and management software, InfoWater, has won the ArcGIS for Desktop Based Application category for the 2015 Esri Partner Conference Awards. This prestigious award was presented on March … Continue reading

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InfoWater V11.5 New Features

Pump System Analyst (PSA) With the PSA extension, users are now able to quickly determine whether a pump station meets pump capacity requirements and to design the pump station improvement plan that best satisfies system needs and maintains optimal pumping … Continue reading

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Water Supply User Group 2014 (UK) Presentations

On Wednesday 18th June Innovyze held a Water Supply User Group in Wallingford, UK. Innovyze wishes to thank all those who were involved in the conference and looks forward to future user group sessions. Click on an image below to … Continue reading

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Dashboards in InfoWorks WS and IWLive

With the addition of Dashboards in IWLive 4.5, operational modelling is better than before. Planners, modellers and operators can now continuously interrogate and display high level overview of data from telemetry or SCADA using the software. Traditionally, SCADA programs are reactive … Continue reading

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Updating Demand Dataset for Multiple Scenarios in InfoWater

With increasing housing demand, there are often extra networks added to the existing water supply network for newly built housing estates or industrial sites.  These new networks will often have their own demands.  How can you update the demand data … Continue reading

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InfoWater 10.0 Update 4 is now available for user download

InfoWater 10.0 Update 4 is now available for user download UPDATE InfoWater 10.0 Update 4 Update 7/19/2013 FULL SETUP InfoWater 10.0 Update 4 Setup 7/19/2013

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Hydrant Curve simulations: How is existing demand at the hydrant considered?

H2OMAP Water, InfoWater and H2ONET all offer the “Hydrant Curve” simulation type. This type of simulation allows you to choose any junction in any scenario at any single time step and develop a hydrant curve to indicate the fire flow … Continue reading

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How to Create an InfoSWMM model from CSV Files

Introduction: InfoSWMM for ArcGIS (Esri, Redlands, CA). InfoSWMM  enables engineers to work more efficiently and reliably with very large and complex network models, thanks to improvements in such areas as built-in 64-bit simulation, enhanced water quality modeling, and batch run scenario … Continue reading

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