Introduction to InfoWater

Innovyze provides personalized training for the most powerful GIS-based water distribution system modeling and management software. The Introduction to InfoWater training course is for all water resource engineers and GIS professionals needing to create and analyze a water distribution system model.  Upon completion of the course, you will be able to create, maintain, run, and analyze your water distribution system models and databases within a true GIS environment, while interfacing with your GIS application software.  You will also be able to perform very specialized analyses, including water quality evaluation, dynamic fire flow assessment, pump energy and power cost calculation, automated on-line modeling and monitoring through direct SCADA interface, PLC emulation and real-time modeling using advanced logic controls, NPSH calculation, and comprehensive scenario management.  Classes are held regularly at Portland, Oregon, Broomfield, Colorado and Monrovia, CA (all have excellent facilities), but space is limited.

Course Agenda - Day 1

08:15 - Welcome 
08:30 - Introduction to InfoWater
           - Software Overview
           - Data Model
           - Software Layout
           - Creating an InfoWater Model
           - Building Model Parameters
12:00 - Lunch Break
13:00 - Running a Model Simulation
           - Displaying Model Results
           - Graphing and Reporting
           - Results Contouring, Mapping
           - Map Animation
           - Map Annotation
           - Database Customization
17:00 - Adjourn

Course Agenda - Day 2

08:30 - Scenario Management
           - Water Quality Analysis
           - Fire Flow Analysis 
12:00 - Lunch Break  
13:00 - Pump Energy and Power Cost Calculation 
           - Additional InfoWater Features
           - Importing and Exporting Data
           - SCADA Interface
17:00 - Adjourn

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