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Area Scaling Factor in #INFOSWMM and #H20MAPSWMM

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Note: Area Scaling Factor in #INFOSWMM and #H20MAPSWMM  is needed if you want to update the DB from the Map after drawing a Subcatchment. The Auto Area Calculation Flag has to be turned on for this to work. Why did I write this blog? The USA conversion is really hard to remember!





2.295684113865932e-5  Area Scaling Factor for USA Units 0.0001                                Area Scaling Factor for SI Units

Seacoast Utility Authority, Florida, Adopts InfoWater

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Press Room | Products | News | Events | The Company Seacoast Utility Authority, Florida, Adopts InfoWater InfoWater To Support Comprehensive Geospatial Water Infrastructure Management Broomfield, Colorado, USA, August 26, 2014 — Innovyze, a leading global innovator of business analytics software and technologies for smart wet infrastructure, today announced that Seacoast Utility Authority (SUA) in Florida has chosen the company’s industry-leading InfoWater

New work from Olafur Eliasson: he installed a huge riverbed in a Danish museum

New work from Olafur Eliasson: he installed a huge riverbed in a Danish museum http://t.co/dDKPxZSTDspic.twitter.com/H2gdBYKh6U
— Robert E Dickinson (@RDickinson) August 24, 2014

Goochland County, VA, Selects InfoSewer Pro and InfoWater MSX for Advanced Engineering-GIS Modeling and Management

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Press Room | Products | News | Events | The Company Goochland County, VA, Selects InfoSewer Pro and InfoWater MSX for Advanced Engineering-GIS Modeling and Management Smart Water Solutions to Support Comprehensive Master Planning Effort Broomfield, Colorado, USA, August 19, 2014 — Innovyze, a leading global inno

Tweets about InfoWorks ICM from RDICKINSON

What is this blog post about?  It is a visual widget to my tweets on  InfoWorks ICM from the twitter person RDICKINSON  Why do I use Twitter?  I first started using twitter in 2008 thanks to our daughter @boonsri and my love of timelines.

Tweets about InfoSWMM from RDICKINSON

What is this blog post about?  It is a visual widget to my tweets on InfoSWMM from the twitter person RDICKINSON  Why do I use Twitter?  I first started using twitter in 2008 thanks to our daughter @boonsri and my love of timelines.  My goal is to reach 100,000 tweets if I last long enough and Twitter lasts enough years.  I would have over 100,000 tweets now if I had started in 1980 and tweets were possible in the  80's

Questions after a Main Break | Webinar on Smart Asset Planning

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Questions after a Main Break | Webinar on Smart Asset Planning
Water main breaks are prevalent in all cities.  As engineers and planners, we do everything we can to avoid them and mitigate damages when they occur.  Communicating those plans and educating the general public is another story.  Having a clearly defined and defensible rehabilitation plan is the foundation for better education of stakeholders.  They want to know:

Why did this water main fail?  What was the likelihood of this water main to fail?  Was there an assessment (financial, environment, and social) on this pipe failing?  Was this pipeline planned to be repaired/upgraded in the near future?

Take a look at a sampling of news stories in the last week regarding main breaks.  Is your utility prepared?


Join Innovyze for a free webinar on Wednesday, September 17th, 2014 for a technology update for risk-driven asset planning solutions, and will discuss how utilities are utilizing these toolsets t…

Office of Public Works Implements FloodWorks within Ireland’s Largest County for Critical Flood Forecasting

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Press Room | Products | News | Events | The Company Office of Public Works Implements FloodWorks within Ireland’s Largest County for Critical Flood Forecasting Innovyze Smart Water Solution to Guard Against Flooding along the River Blackwater in Ireland Broomfield, Colorado, USA, August 12, 2014 — Innovyze, a leading global innovator of business analytics software and technologies for smart wet infrastructure, today announced that Ireland’s Office of Public Works (OPW) has implemented FloodWorks