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An opportunity to reduce operating costs that may not be readily apparent is the implementation of Biological Nutrient Removal (BNR) to reduce aeration costs while improving effluent quality (Photo credit: Black & Veatch).

Idaho city selects Innovyze’s InfoMaster asset management solution

April 3, 2017 at 10:55 am 0 comments

Innovyze recently announced that the City of Meridian, Idaho, has chosen its InfoMaster software for prioritizing the operations and maintenance activities of its sewer collection system. Located in Ada County, Meridian is the second-largest city in Idaho with an estimated population of 98,300. Its wastewater division operates and maintains aRead More

Esri ArcGIS has become a mission-critical enterprise system for local government and water utilities’ core business processes. The distinction between the software application and the GIS is no longer relevant to an end user. They have become one. This is particularly true for ArcGIS utilized by local government organizations for public asset management.

Innovyze releases SCADAWatch DCS for real-time, offline decision making

March 6, 2017 at 7:30 am 0 comments

Innovyze recently announced the release of its SCADAWatch DCS (Data Collection System). This new web-based application gives SCADAWatch users the ability to automatically collect data on demand from many sources including both offline and real-time SCADA, meter and sensor data, then store it directly in SCADAWatch to support monitoring andRead More

Connecting Your Data Environment

Connecting Your Data Environment

February 16, 2017 at 2:00 pm 0 comments

Bentley Advances Asset Performance Modeling from Planning to Operations By Andrew Farr Water and wastewater utilities looking to enhance their asset performance modeling now have new software tools available to heighten decision-making. As utility asset management has continued to evolve from best practices and strategic management to incorporating the useRead More

Houston selects LAN for water system model

Houston selects LAN for water system model

January 23, 2017 at 10:02 am 0 comments

The City of Houston has selected planning, engineering and program management firm Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc. (LAN) to develop an all-pipes hydraulic model of its water system. As a regional water provider, the city delivers surface water through a complex and dynamic transmission and distribution network that includes approximately 7,500Read More

IDModeling Releases Sedaru Smart Ops

IDModeling Releases Sedaru Smart Ops

November 14, 2016 at 8:45 am 0 comments

IDModeling, Inc. has announced the deployment of Sedaru Smart Ops for real-time alerting, analysis and prediction of water system performance. This technology will enable engineers and operators to reduce water loss, energy costs and cost of operations. Sedaru, a smart water operating software, serves as a single source of dataRead More

Bentley: Reality Modeling for Infrastructure Going Mainstream

Bentley: Reality Modeling for Infrastructure Going Mainstream

November 7, 2016 at 2:35 pm 0 comments

At Bentley System’s Year in Infrastructure 2016 Conference last week in London, Bentley CEO Greg Bentley made the case in his keynote that since his company’s acquisition and assimilation of ContextCapture software in 2015, the proliferation of reality modeling across users’ projects — and across Bentley’s software portfolio — shows that it will becomeRead More

Innovyze’s Boulos Honored with ASCE Award

Innovyze’s Boulos Honored with ASCE Award

June 19, 2016 at 5:06 pm 0 comments

Innovyze recently announced that its president, COO and chief innovation officer, Dr. Paul F. Boulos, has been selected by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) to receive the 2016 Parcel-Sverdrup Civil Engineering Management Award. The award ceremony will be held during the Society’s Annual Convention in Portland, Ore., Sept.Read More

Maximizing Data

Maximizing Data

March 2, 2016 at 12:00 am 0 comments

According to the U.S. EPA, there are approximately 155,000 public drinking water systems (publicly or privately-owned) and more than 16,000 public wastewater systems in the United States. Today, these water and wastewater utilities are using technology such as geographic information systems (GIS), monitoring systems and models more than ever before to manage their systems and enhance decision making.

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