New capabilities for SSF professionals with InfoWorks ICM 2024.1, plus new XPSWMM/XPStorm and XPViewer

Sophia Buchanan Sophia Buchanan June 19, 2023

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If the new cloud capabilities from our last InfoWorks ICM version update weren’t enough, our latest release InfoWorks ICM 2024.1 continues to improve your workflow efficiencies through new bottom orifice representation, a new level section view, and additional enhancements to culvert representation.  

See how you can improve your workflows with InfoWorks ICM 2024.1

New bottom orifice 

You can now better represent your real network conditions and gain better alignment with your SWMM based models with a new option to represent bottom opening orifices and sluice gate objects in InfoWorks ICM networks.  

New level section view 

This new capability offers better and easier interrogation of ground levels and mesh levels before running your simulations. You will now see that the flood section view has been replaced to a new level section view.  

Enhanced culvert representation

1D culverts can now be connected to 1D and 2D outfalls so that culverts in the floodplain can easily be represented in the model without needing channel links upstream and downstream. 

XPViewer, XPSWMM/XPStorm 2024.1  

The XPViewer app now supports opening, reviewing and exporting of XPSWMM and XPStorm models better supporting your upgrade to InfoWorks ICM. You can download the app for free on our help site

XPSWMM/XPStorm 2024.1 also includes corrections to help links and minor bug fixes. See the release notes for details.  

XPViewer 2024.1

Read more about this new release in our product release notes, and stay up-to-date with our  high-level roadmap

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