New modeling application for water
Innovyze has released InfoNet Generation V17, a comprehensive set of smart asset performance and condition modeling applications for water, wastewater, and storm water networks.
Innovyze has released InfoNet Generation V17, a comprehensive set of smart asset performance and condition modeling applications for water, wastewater, and storm water networks. The latest release significantly extends key features and provides customer-requested functionalities that improve the software’s business analytics and data management tools. Advances also include enhanced capital and operational planning; expanded data support for NASSCO PACP, MACP and LACP V7.0; and support for UK Flood Defence Management and ArcGIS 10.4.
InfoNet is a purpose-built asset management modeling and data analysis system for water distribution, wastewater collection and stormwater networks. It’s designed to enable users to view, manage, integrate, validate, analyse and report on their network data to obtain accurate, up-to-date, auditable information on network infrastructure and performance. With formats that are easy to use and comprehend, InfoNet enables well-informed, swift, cost-effective and action-oriented decision making for both day-to-day operational management and long-term network planning.
InfoNet includes sophisticated predictive analytics that can identify the pipes in the network that have degraded the most significantly, as well as the local regions where rehabilitation is most urgently required. Users can then create reliable, cost-effective risk-based capital improvement plans that enhance operational efficiency and quality of service and keep assets performing at peak condition while making the most of limited budgets.
InfoNet V17.0 further extends the software’s powerful capabilities with a number of new features and enhancements. In response to requests from customers, support for Flood Defence Management is now included, with a new Flood Defence Survey object type. This allows users to record and report essential condition information related to flood defense structures. A new Geocoding feature has been added to provide the ability to zoom the GeoPlan to street and road locations by providing access to Google Maps, Bing Maps and OpenStreetMap search engines.