Category: Storm, sewer, flood

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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 […]

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    Facing rising floodwaters with advanced hydraulic modeling

    It seems that every week, we hear increasingly worse news about flooding: Just a few days ago, Dallas recorded its highest 24-hour precipitation total in nearly 90 years. With bridges collapsing under the weight of floodwaters and the ground unable to soak up excess rainwater in Kentucky, 35 people lost their lives last month. At around the […]

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    The 3 biggest challenges utilities face with their storm, sewer, and flood models 

    Discover the 3 biggest challenges water utilities face with storm, sewer, and flood modeling and how to solve them.

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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 […]

  • 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 […]

  • 5 ways live water modeling helps you make better business decisions

    Utilities and municipalities make significant investments in their development and planning to better serve the residents of their communities. It’s no surprise that they value simplicity and reliability. They not only need to make sure people are safe and happy, they want to be able to optimize performance and increase productivity from their teams to […]

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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. […]