Tag: InfoWorks ICM

  • 5 ways to make InfoWorks ICM even more efficient

    As we continue to expand the capabilities of InfoWorks ICM, we want to always find ways to help our customers work more efficiently. From model development and simulation runs to data intake, we’ve found numerous ways to help customers streamline their projects. Here are five ways we’ve been able to streamline workflows for customers since […]

  • Watch the Water Talk: Optimatics Optimizer + InfoWorks ICM

    In our latest Water Talk, our friends at Optimatics and Jacobs Engineering joined Ryan Brown to share an overview of using Optimizer with InfoWorks ICM. Optimatics VP of Strategic Support Andrew Erikson kicks off the Water Talk showing how importing an InfoWorks database into Optimizer can remove the grunt work of a typical trial-and-error modeling […]

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    Building Europe’s first smart canal

    When Scottish Canals, Glasgow City Council, and Scottish Water came together to create the Glasgow Integrated Water Management System under the wider umbrella partnership of the Metropolitan Glasgow Strategic Drainage Partnership, they had a radical idea – to turn North Glasgow into a “sponge city”, utilizing long-neglected canals in an ecologically friendly way to absorb, […]

  • 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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    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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    The massive scale of one of the biggest flood mapping projects in Australia

    An ambitious project to roll out one of the largest flood mapping projects in Australia is using InfoWorks ICM for flood modelling and data management. The Tasmanian Flood Map Project, supported by the expertise of WMAwater, SES Tasmania, Indicium Dynamics and Innovyze, will use a modern technology platform and up-to-date methodology to support and benefit […]

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    Troubleshooting hydraulic models in InfoWorks ICM

    We often get asked about troubleshooting models. Great questions, always. Here is the best advice we’ve collected from speaking to customers in-depth – here’s what we recommend you do when you need to understand what went wrong. To begin, troubleshooting a problematic, non-convergent model can be avoided by following best practices, providing sensible and well […]