Category: Storm, sewer, flood

  • Training AI to SWMM: Can AI help predict sewer flows?

    Artificial intelligence appears on the cusp of transforming industries and changing lives at a pace we have never seen before. By analyzing vast amounts of data from sensors and other sources, AI algorithms can detect patterns and make predictions that were previously impossible. This allows us as water professionals to solve complex water problems and […]

  • Water Talks in droplet form: The answers you need in the time that you have

    Your challenges are our challenges. While this statement may sound cliché, I think it rang true for the thousands of viewers of our Water Talks webinar series over the past three years. Since April 2020, we’ve reached 30,000 registrants, hosted 14,000 live attendees, and answered over 2,600 questions! We’ve heard from the best and brightest […]

  • What XPSWMM users who made the switch to InfoWorks ICM no longer need to worry about

    First released for Windows in 1997, XPSWMM aided stormwater and flood professionals to take on the water challenges of the time. Now, 20 years on, the water industry demands modeling solutions that efficiently handle large data sets, that help them crack complex flow conditions across multiple catchments, and that can manage different climate change scenarios […]

  • Extraordinary flood mapping project influencing the way we prepare for floods in Australia

    In 2016 and 2018, devastating floods affected Tasmania, resulting in millions of dollars in damage and leaving communities recovering from significant losses. Following these events the Tasmanian and Australian governments funded the Tasmanian Flood Mapping Project to better understand the statewide flood risk, help build stronger community resilience, and support effective emergency response and recovery […]

  • Protecting Florence’s past from the future

    What do Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Machiavelli, Raphael, Galileo, Brunelleschi, and Botticelli all have in common? They all, at one point, lived in Florence, Italy. Home to the powerful and beneficent Medici family, this Renaissance city located beside Tuscany’s longest river, the Arno, has long been a wellspring of art and culture. But it’s also […]

  • RAFTS in InfoWorks ICM Learning Series

    XPRAFTS has served the Australian stormwater industry well for over 45 years, and part of its usefulness is that it includes methods recommended by the Australian National Guidelines (most recently revised as ARR2019). Originally developed in the mid-1970s, Rafts as a program was around on MS-DOS in the 1980s. XPRAFTS was rewritten for Windows beginning […]

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    Colby Manwaring in Forbes

    We were happy to see our own Colby Manwaring appear in a new Forbes article, How Technology Can Mitigate Flooding And Secure Water Infrastructure

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    SEERO: growing their use of InfoWorks ICM as they grow their business

    This week, we’re delighted to be publishing a brand-new case study that features one of our customers in Qatar, SEERO. The story focuses on their work preparing for the FIFA World Cup, which officially kicks off in a matter of weeks, as well as on Qatar’s bold architecture and landscaping plans, which relies heavily on […]

  • A Stormies Guide to InfoWorks ICM: free learning series

    If you’re looking to get started with InfoWorks ICM, we have some good news. We designed a series of videos for stormwater experts that is completely free and open to everyone. This is a great way to quickly learn the details of InfoWorks ICM from someone who knows the app inside and out, stormwater engineer […]

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    Watch the Water Talk: how to prepare for new California regulations

    Our latest Water Talk is in the books – but you can watch it right here. The subject was California’s new general order for sanitary sewer systems, which our own David Totman, who co-hosted the talk, has written about recently. As David Totman points out in the Water Talk, the original general order for California […]