• New in Info360 Asset: ArcGIS Online integration, risk scenario publishing, and a decision tree upgrade

    Info360 Asset, our asset management software-as-a-service product, continues to offer customers new functionalities that enhance their software experience.   In this update, you can connect Info360 applications, including Info360 Asset, directly to ArcGIS Online through a built-in integration. This allows ArcGIS customers to get started quickly, as geospatial data is a key component to the analysis and…


  • Protecting Florence’s past from the future

    What do Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Machiavelli, Raphael, Galileo, Brunelleschi, and Botticelli all have in common? They all, at one point, lived in Florence, Italy. Home to the powerful and beneficent Medici family, this Renaissance city located beside Tuscany’s longest river, the Arno, has long been a wellspring of art and culture. But it’s also…


  • RAFTS in InfoWorks ICM Learning Series

    XPRAFTS has served the Australian stormwater industry well for over 45 years, and part of its usefulness is that it includes methods recommended by the Australian National Guidelines (most recently revised as ARR2019). Originally developed in the mid-1970s, Rafts as a program was around on MS-DOS in the 1980s. XPRAFTS was rewritten for Windows beginning…


  • 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…


  • The planet-saving power of ponds

    In the push to save the planet, you might be surprised to learn that the impact of well-funded, centralized, industrial efforts may be outshined by the effects of the humble pond.  Municipalities from Corvallis, Oregon all the way to Wakefield in West Yorkshire, England are praising their local ponds for everything from increasing biodiversity to saving them water. Some…


  • 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…


  • CSO spills in the UK: how software can help solve this hardware problem

    Combined Sewer Overflows (CSOs) discharge raw, untreated sewage directly into rivers and seas during heavy rainfall events. This untreated sewage has environmental impacts and poses a risk to public health, depleting oxygen in the water, causing fish kills, and (if it gets bad enough) spreading disease. It’s become a hot-button issue in the UK. Download…


  • InfoWater Pro and ArcGIS dashboards help City of Livonia respond faster to emergencies

    In the depth of winter in January 2018, the City of Livonia, Michigan experienced a master meter failure that caused several water main breaks, closed a major highway, and triggered a city-wide boil-water advisory. Read the case study Read all about a messy water main pipe break in our latest case study and how it…


  • InfoWorks ICM Basics video tutorial series

    This tutorial series provides a fast way of getting to know InfoWorks ICM and learning how to use its basic features. It uses a simple example to guide you through the main aspects of the software, showing you how to: It also demonstrates the options that are available for investigating the data held in your…


  • 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…