Who is Innovyze?
 

Innovyze is the global leader in smartwater data analytics. We continue to shape the water resources engineering industry with exceptional modeling, design and real-time monitoring software solutions. The Innovyze connected portfolio of best-in-class product lines empowers thousands of engineers to competitively plan, manage, design, protect, operate and sustain highly efficient and reliable infrastructure systems, and provides an enduring platform for customer success.

 
Make Your Job Easier With SCADAWatch   What Is XPDRAINAGE?   Minimize Risk from Extreme Flooding Events
Make Your Job Easier With SCADAWatch   What Is XPDRAINAGE?   Minimize Risk from Extreme Flooding Events

 

INNOVYZE PRODUCTS

<B>XPDRAINAGE:</b> Automate The Sizing Of Traditional Stormwater Systems And BMP Facilities XPDRAINAGE: Automate The Sizing Of Traditional Stormwater Systems And BMP Facilities

XPDRAINAGE is an automated stormwater design software program that provides comprehensive assessment of stormwater designs and is enhanced by "one-click" optimizing for all Runoff Reduction practices.  Unlike many other tools and spreadsheets that assist with facility planning, XPDRAINAGE is integrated with CAD to shorten the design time, whatever your workflow. 

<B>XPSWMM:</b> Complete Stormwater, Sewer and Floodplain Model XPSWMM: Complete Stormwater, Sewer and Floodplain Model

XPSWMM is a fully dynamic hydraulic and hydrologic modelling software that combines 1D calculations for upstream to downstream flow with 2D overland flow calculations so that you can see what truly happens to your stormwater system, foul water system or floodplain when waters flow, populations increase or catastrophic events hit.

<B>InfoWater</b>: Comprehensive ArcGIS-Integrated Water Distribution Modeling And Management Solution InfoWater: Comprehensive ArcGIS-Integrated Water Distribution Modeling And Management Solution

InfoWater seamlessly integrates advanced water network modeling and optimization functionality with the latest generation of ArcGIS. InfoWater capitalizes on the intelligence and versatility of the geodatabase architecture to deliver unparalleled levels of geospatial analysis, infrastructure management and business planning. Its unique interoperable geospatial framework enables world-record performance, scalability, reliability, functionality and flexibility - all within the powerful ArcGIS environment.

<B>SCADAWatch</b>: Real-Time Business Intelligence And Performance Monitoring Provides Knowledge For Proactive Decision Making SCADAWatch: Real-Time Business Intelligence And Performance Monitoring Provides Knowledge For Proactive Decision Making

A real-time operational performance monitoring and reporting dashboard, SCADAWatch brings business intelligence into interaction processes in the control room. It enables water utilities to conduct zonal mass balance and water audits to determine non-revenue water and monitor everything from uptime to analytics, access timely information to make better decisions, react faster to important events and identify opportunities to drive operational efficiencies as they happen. It positions operators as a major force for system improvement, regulatory compliance, and financial planning.

<B>InfoMaster</b>: Advanced ArcGIS-Integrated Risk-Based Analytical Asset Management And Capital Planning Software InfoMaster: Advanced ArcGIS-Integrated Risk-Based Analytical Asset Management And Capital Planning Software

NASSCO PACP, MACP and LACP certified, InfoMaster is a complete ArcGIS-based asset integrity management and capital planning software for water and wastewater networks. It leverages existing GIS and IT investments with advanced modeling and sophisticated predictive analytics to give utilities a cost effective business intelligence and data collection platform for more informed, action-oriented decision making. With versions designed for the desktop, Web, and iOS mobile devices, InfoMaster enables day-to-day operational management and long-term network planning for users throughout the organization.

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Innovyze

6720 SW Macadam Ave., Suite 150

Portland, OR 97219

UNITED STATES

Phone: 888-554-5022

Fax: 888-554-5122

Contact: Sales

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