New features in Info360 Insight

Patrick Bonk Patrick Bonk November 17, 2021

4 min read

Info360 Insight is our SaaS application for operational analytics and incident management unifying water utility data in the AWS cloud, applying sophisticated analytics, modeling, and alerting tools to make operational information more accessible, reliable, and actionable. The app leverages your data investments to empower operators and engineers to quickly monitor, analyze, respond to, and optimize water operations.   

We’re always advancing our solutions so utilities can continue to improve their services, and we have some new features in Info360 Insight that should make that job easier. 

Bulk upload 

Bulk data upload is an enhancement for streamlined drag and drop of static and flat file data sets (eg, .csv files) that you can utilize in addition to live data connections. Drag and drop to view a snapshot of your historical data for analysis, and make use of expedient gap analysis for model comparisons (modeled vs. measured data).  Here’s how it works:

We hope our new drag-and-drop bulk upload tool will save you lots of time


Data scrubbing 

Clean and analytic-ready data is essential for the usage of analytics and business intelligence solutions. Value mapping provides a means of transforming source telemetry and imported flat file data to compensate for missed or abnormal data points.  

Users can edit historical sensor data in the Data Editor, allowing users to handle missing values, null/zero values, and fixed values updating the live data stream. Additionally, manual data editing allows users to retroactively adjust values to their measured historical data.  Need to make a quick edit to that data? Here’s how you can add and edit manual data:

Edit your data manually for more accurate, realistic data


Analytic updates 

Within Info360 Insight’s analytics and built-in KPIs, users can now utilize flow sensors in mass balance calculations for usage calculations. When billing data is available, users can now auto-compute minimum nightly flows based on a consumption pattern, as opposed to a fixed minimum nightly flow, which can be applied to the built-in leakage index tools (ILI calculations).   

Now you can add billing data to estimate zonal usage


Pump Performance Chart enhancements  

Pump Performance Charts have been updated with multiple enhancements for improved visualization and analysis, allowing multiple curves or point clusters to be visualized simultaneously. Save time and streamline your pump performance analysis with new enhancements that let you visualize and compare multiple charts together.  

Now you can compare multiple Pump Performance Charts together


Incident impact heat maps  

Incident impact heat maps show time-dependent impacts of isolation scenarios within the Incident Manager. The heat map shows a visualization over a given 24-hour period, providing an understanding of how many customers have been affected and how severe the incident’s disruption to the network may be. 

Quickly see how a severe incident will play out with handy heat maps

Try out the new features

We built Info360 Insight to bridge the gap between multiple data sets like SCADA, GIS, and hydraulic models so that you can quickly monitor, analyze, and proactively respond, allowing you to fully optimize water and wastewater operations. We hope these new features help you confidently make decisions with complete access to utility data sets and built-in analytic tools for consolidating information. 

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