• Manufacturers around the world are being forced to do more with less, as they grapple with finite resources and numerous challenges. The chemical process industries (CPI) in particular are facing challenges as they look to increase productivity. Digitalization and automation are game changers that can help to overcome obstacles, but they come with their own set of challenges.

  • Get all your systems connected. With 120Water, you have a suite of solutions that work seamlessly within your existing toolset. Trust our state-of-the-art compliance software and expert team to fully integrate your GIS data and ensure that you achieve compliance efficiently and cost-effectively.

  • 120Water allows all your tools to work together to efficiently manage your data and simplify your workflows. Everything you need to execute a comprehensive compliance program— sampling, data management, reporting— all lives in one easy-to-use platform purpose built for water professionals.

  • Water utilities have become America’s unexpected source of front-page news, enduring multiple ‘once-in-a-century’ events in recent years. Droughts, pollution, unprecedented cold, flooding, and storms all take their toll on our infrastructure and push services we take for granted to the brink.

  • The arrow is pointing up for the water and wastewater industry, thanks to funding and technology advances, but certain work remains to ensure the promise is fulfilled.

  • Analysis by TMR on the supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) market

  • Wastewater is a contradiction. On one side, it is a potentially harmful pollutant, capable of immense damage to ecologies, communities, and infrastructure. On the other, and perhaps less well understood, it is a valuable resource and a vital raw material; the potential key to improved public and environmental health, and sustainable water consumption into an ever thirstier future.

  • It rains, it pours. And when it pours, our cities produce what is called stormwater runoff. Stormwater runoff is what happens when rain falls on roads, driveways, parking lots, and other paved surfaces that do not allow water to soak into the ground.

  • Since Info360 Asset launched a beta version in July, and its general availability at Autodesk University at the beginning of October, the Innovyze team has continued improving the product based on early customer feedback. Info360 Asset allows water utilities, local councils, their contractors, and consultants to better leverage CCTV inspections to assess conditions and risk for wastewater assets. These most recent enhancements improve business risk exposure calculations and enhance both risk and condition reporting.

  • Innovyze, an Autodesk company, just launched a public beta for Info360 Asset, built on Info360, the latest software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform that was released at the beginning of the year.


  • R900® System

    How can your water utility protect present investments in technology while building onto those investments as you need, at your own pace?

  • VTScada Alarm and Event Management

    Standard Component - Every VTScada application includes an instantly intuitive Alarm management interface as well as pre-configured alarm and event databases. This integrated approach reduces configuration time and ensures that mission-critical alarm features remain tightly integrated over the life of your system no matter how many times you expand your application or update VTScada.

  • Remote Pressure Monitoring System

    Several years ago, Mueller began a journey to develop a user friendly and cost-effective technology to continuously and remotely monitor pressure at any point within a potable water distribution system. The technology involves threading a sensor onto a corporation valve to transmit pressure readings. The pressure sensor, typically installed two (2) per District Metering Area (DMA), reports at user-defined intervals via cellular service and a Mueller-hosted secure web server. Beginning with pressure monitoring, Mueller has created a communications backbone that utilities can integrate into its monitoring systems or use as a stand-alone monitoring platform. This technology is currently available in North America.

  • OpenFlows™ FLOOD™

    OpenFlows FLOOD is a complete flood modeling application that helps you understand and mitigate flood risks in urban, riverine, and coastal systems.

  • VTScada Idea Studio

    Optional Component – An instantly intuitive ribbon-based graphic development environment that includes thousands of drag-and-drop widgets, images, and pipes.


Due to the Revised Lead and Copper Rule and the (eventual?) passing of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), utilities are now required and incentivized to better assess and replace lead pipes within their networks.