• Upcoming Water Talk: InfoWater Pro’s new unidirectional flushing functionality

    If you’ve ever unscrewed your bathroom faucet’s aerator screen to clean out hard water sediment deposits, you know that simply pulling it out, turning it around, and rinsing it under water does wonders. What a difference approaching the problem from a different angle makes. So it goes with all manner of pipes. Moving away from […]

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    MIT Webinar: Building community resilience by reducing sewer overflows and improving flood management 

    For 92% of the world, the highest extreme climate risk comes from precipitation-related events, with most of those driven by rain. If those numbers sound dire, they don’t brighten up when you factor in the infrastructure decline in the US. Thankfully, there are academic voices doing the difficult work of highlighting the challenges and coming […]

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    Congressional letter emphasizes the importance of digital water 

    Recently, Representative Diana DeGette (CO-01), joined by Representatives Yvette Clarke (NY-09), Anne McLane Kuster (NH-02), Stephen Lynch (MA-08), Chris Pappas (NH-01), and Paul Tonko (NY-20) sent a strong statement to EPA Administrator Michael S. Regan emphasizing the importance of adopting forward-thinking digital technologies in the implementation of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law’s water investments. The letter […]

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    Upcoming Water Talk: innovative emergency response plans

    Service disruptions are inevitable, but with the right technology and strategic planning, cities can prepare for these disruptions. We’ll be talking about a great example of a city that’s doing just that with Susan Knepper of OHM Advisors. She’ll be chatting with Autodesk’s own Tim Medearis to explore innovative examples of water officials using InfoWater […]

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    US water infrastructure needs new policies to match new technology

    Colby Manwaring recently sat down with Todd Danielson, Informed Infrastructure‘s editorial director to talk about how important it is for water industry thought leaders to explain the potential of digital twin technologies to US policymakers who are currently fleshing out the way new funds will be used to shore up the nation’s water policies. As […]

  • Water Talk: How the new decision trees in Info360 Asset can help your capital planning process

    We’ve been hard at work on new functionality in Info360 Asset, and we showed off how it works in our most recent Water Talk. We talk about how this feature – and a few others in this latest update – can help you make smarter capital planning decisions. Decision trees are a great tool to […]

  • Top 5 common water utility problems – and how they can be solved

    Our own David Totman sat down with Water Online recently to run through the Top 5 Common Problems Utilities Have and a Path Out. A Past-President for the Utility Engineering & Surveying Institute in the ASCE, David is a thought leader with a lot of experience in the industry – and a helpful answer to […]

  • Water Talk: Modeling Basics in InfoWorks ICM

    Looking for a quick, basic tutorial for InfoWorks ICM? We have lots of great content on our support portal when you want to tackle every step, but sometimes watching over someone’s shoulder is a great place to start. So grab a source of data – a node, boundary, sub-catchment or whatever you have to start […]

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    Interview with Innovyze CEO: Water infrastructure a collaborative effort

    Recently, Innovyze CEO Colby Manwaring sat down for an interview with Kim Slowey of The Construction Broadsheet to discuss the potential opportunities and barriers that might result from the newly passed $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. The bill will provide around $65 billion toward water infrastructure needs. Unfortunately, this will not nearly be […]

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    9 mistakes we often see in hydraulic modeling

    For over thirty years, Innovyze has helped water distribution, stormwater, and wastewater professionals achieve success with hydraulic modeling projects. In that time, we have seen the same mistakes made over and over. We have designed and built the InfoWorks ICM and WSPro Workgroup architecture so that you don’t have to make these same mistakes again. […]