Category: Water Talks

  • 3 fresh Water Drop workflow videos: pipe-sizing automation, fireflow analysis, and new cloud capabilities

    Happy Spring, everyone. You know what they say: April showers bring May Water Drops! It’s certainly true where I live in Denver, Colorado. Earlier this month, we had 1/3 of our annual rainfall occur in just 72 hours. Streets, roads, and (unfortunately) my basement were flooded. It was a prescient reminder of why hydraulic modelers […]

  • 4 new Water Drop workflow videos: model conversions, pump analytics, pond modeling, and using live SCADA data

    Last month, we kicked off our new Water Drops series. This month, we have four additional workflows we’re happy to share with you. Check out our YouTube playlist to catch up on all our short-form workflow tutorials, and please do let us know in the survey at the bottom of the page if you have […]

  • 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 […]

  • Watch the Water Talk: Troubleshooting tips to avoid disastrous SSF results

    The latest Water Talk video is now available on our YouTube channel. Subscribe and hit the notification bell to be alerted as soon as each Water Talk has been uploaded. For this one, Systems Engineer Ryan Brown and Solutions Engineer Tim Medearis showed you common mistakes people make when creating SSF models. They went through lots of workflows […]

  • Upcoming Water Talk: avoiding disastrous SSF results

    New users to InfoWorks ICM should feel comfortable navigating, creating, and running collection system models. But what happens if you get stuck? Join us next week on February 14 (Valentine’s Day!) for our next Water Talk, Troubleshooting Tips to Avoid Disastrous Storm, Sewer, and Flood Modeling Results. We’ll talk about the worst kind of disaster […]

  • Watch the Water Talk: Can Your Water Distribution Model Handle the Pressure?

    Our first Water Talk of the new year, Can Your Water Distribution Model Handle the Pressure?, talked about how you can properly differentiate customer water use from water leakage in water distribution models. Before the event began, we asked participants to weigh in on a few subjects. First, it’s clear that a lot of people are […]

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    Watch the Water Talk: 2022 year-end special

    We can hardly believe it, but 2022 is almost over. It’s the time of year when we look back and measure our success, and our Water Talks have been a huge success for us. They became a regular way for us to connect with our customers during the Coronavirus pandemic, and we’ve expanded them ever […]

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    2022 Water talk end-of-year extra-vaganzga

    For our year-end Water Talk, we’ve pulled out the top questions people shared throughout the year during our Water Talks. It’s an extra, one-hour-long, end-of-year wrap-up Water Talk where we tackle the most thought-provoking questions our presenters heard. Please join us for three brisk twenty-minute sessions from our team who have been working hard to […]

  • Watch the Water Talk: how to be safe, sustainable, and compliant

    This week, we held one of our most-attended Water Talks ever. We talked about new, innovative methods for design and analysis and how water professionals can use them to design sustainable drainage systems that meet the demands of an ever-evolving industry.

  • Upcoming Water Talk: safe, sustainable, compliant drainage design

    Our next Water Talk, Ensure Your Drainage Systems Are Safe, Sustainable and Compliant, will take place this coming Tuesday, November 15th. Municipalities in the United States have different standards for drainage design, and their utilities sometimes struggle to meet them. Join us for a conversation about InfoDrainage. We’ll talk about new, innovative methods for design […]