Innovyze has announced that the City of Aurora, Colorado’s third-largest city, has selected its InfoMaster software for use in prioritizing the operations and maintenance activities of its drinking water, sanitary sewer and storm drainage systems. The City of Aurora serves more than 360,000 customers within a 145-sq-mile area. Its distributionRead More
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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
Global design firm Stantec recently announced it has signed an agreement for the sale of its software business, Innovyze, for $270 million (USD) to the EQT Mid Market U.S. fund, part of the international alternative investments firm EQT. Innovyze joined Stantec through the MWH acquisition which closed in 2016. Subject toRead More
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
The Dublin San Ramon Services District (DSRSD) in California has partnered with Innovyze to use its InfoMaster Suite software to optimize the management of its water and wastewater critical assets. DSRSD is an independent special district founded in 1953. Serving more than 171,000 people, the District provides water, recycled water, andRead More
Innovyze has announced that Castaic Lake Water Agency (CLWA) in California has chosen the company’s revolutionary SCADAWatch software solution to support mission-critical network modeling applications, supplement system performance monitoring in real time, gain insight and drive operational improvements. The implementation boosts the agency’s real-time business intelligence, enabling it to instantlyRead More
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.