InfoSewer

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InfoSewer

InfoSewer is a powerful ArcGIS-based computer program for use in the planning, design, analysis, and expansion of sanitary, storm and combined sewer collection systems. The program can be effectively used to model both dry-weather and wet-weather flows and determine the most cost-effective and reliable method of wastewater collection. Built atop ArcGIS™ using the latest Microsoft .NET and ESRI ArcObjects component technologies, InfoSewer seamlessly integrates advanced hydraulic and hydrologic modeling functionality with the latest generation of ArcGIS™. InfoSewer capitalizes on the intelligence and versatility of the geodatabase architecture to deliver unparalleled levels of geospatial analysis, infrastructure management and business planning. Its unique interoperable geospatial framework enables world-record performance, scalability, reliability, functionality and flexibility - all within the powerful ArcGIS™ environment.

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InfoSewer offers DIRECT ArcGIS INTEGRATION enabling engineers and GIS professionals to work simultaneously on the same integrated platform. It allows you to command powerful GIS analysis and hydraulic modeling in a single environment using a single dataset. You can now create, edit, modify, run, map, analyze, design and optimize your sewer network models and instantly review, query and display simulation results from within ArcGIS.

InfoSewer surpasses its competitors with fast and comprehensive hydraulic and dynamic water quality computational capabilities such as steady-state analysis using various peaking factors and automated system design, along with sophisticated dynamic solution of the St. Venant's equations considering flow attenuation, time of concentration, source tracing as well as pollutant, BOD, sediment transport/deposition, hydrogen sulfide and corrosion modeling. It utilizes a full-featured, state-of-the-art hydraulic, water quality and sediment transport computational engine. Through the use of extensive scenario management functionality, the program is also capable of analyzing existing or proposed sewage collection systems.

InfoSewer Pro adds very sophisticated rainfall-runoff modeling for representative peak flow computation and dynamic routing of combined sanitary sewerage and stormwater throughout the collection system, equipping wastewater utilities with a powerful tool for predicting unwanted overflow events and backups and developing sound remedial alternatives for eliminating CSO, SSO and stormwater problems, meeting environmental regulations, and improving system management, operation and community relations.

Designed specifically for the ArcGIS platform, InfoSewer is a unique, cutting edge performance product that integrates the needs of both GIS and wastewater engineering professionals in one complete and affordable package.

InfoSewer Usage:

  • Master Planning
  • CMOM Program Planning
  • Facility Sizing
  • Wet-Well Design
  • Facility Management
  • Outlet Configuration
  • Operations Study
  • Pump Cycling
  • Real-time Simulation
  • Infrastructure Rehabilitation/Replacement
  • Peak Flow Effects
  • Flow Capacity Evaluation
  • Overflow Management
  • Infiltration/Inflow Modeling
  • System Deficiency Identification
  • System Improvements
  • BOD Modeling
  • Odor Control
  • Source Tracing
  • Pollutant Contribution Analysis
  • Discharge Permit Compliance
  • Corrosion Control
  • Treatment Process Efficiency Evaluation
  • Sewage Age Improvement
  • Sediment Modeling and Impact Analysis
  • Sensitivity Analysis
  • Alternative Analyses
  • Dynamic Loading Comparison
  • Flow Monitoring Design
  • Model Calibration
  • Operator Training
  • Capital Improvement Program Development
  • Capital Budgeting
  • Impact Fees Determination
  • System Expansion
  • New System Design
  • System Layout Mapping
  • Dynamic Profiling
  • Project Management

Innovyze
Innovyze
370 Interlocken Boulevard, Suite 300
Broomfield ,  CO 80021

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