Can't currently map Max HL/1000. This would be more efficient/useful in some cases than mapping Max HL (feet). If your model has many segments, it is possible that very high head loss areas will not be flagged if only the HL is available.7 votes
Thanks for the idea! This is now in InfoWater Pro version 3.5 Update 3 and up.
Do you have an expounded example of each InfoWater Allocation Method with examples? It will help if a link is established to get directed to that documentation. For example; can you help me get directed to an example Closest Junction allocation method?2 votes
Additional documentation is now available on the help.innovyze.com. See https://help.innovyze.com/display/infowater/Quick+Start+Tutorial%3A+Allocator
Please add the ability to import demand scaling using CSV file on WS PRO9 votes
This feature was implemented in InfoWorks WS Pro 2021.9.
Demand scaling can be exported and imported using CSV files.
ICM has the capability of the scenario modelling within the single network. H2Omap also had the same capability. Any possibility of having the same capability in WS pro?29 votes
This feature is now released in version 2021.8 available for download.
Here’s a walkthrough video:
Thank you for the votes!
I could always copy and paste attributes via simple keyboard commands (Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V) in classic InfoWater, but can no longer do that in InfoWater Pro. You can right click and select "Copy" or "Paste", but that takes longer. Bring back keyboard commands.7 votes
It is currently difficult to identify if a facility has a rule-based control. An improvement would be to access all the controls for a facility through the existing controls button. Clicking the controls button would open a single window with a tab for simple controls and a tab for logical controls.6 votes
New Control Overview functionality provided with InfoWater Pro 3.5 Update 2. Target release date April 2021.
There is no reason an ArcGIS selection should work 5-50x faster than using domain tools in InfoWater. ArcGIS made great enhancements to ArcGIS Pro and utilizing a 64-bit environment. InfoWater could be much improved from a performance perspective2 votes
This is an issue that laisse inside ArcGIS Pro where moving the information of large maps and layers between threads may take some time. This has negatively impacted the InfoWater Pro performance, where simple tasks like enlarging domains or switching scenarios could take up to several minutes where the same task would have been performed in a matter of seconds on regular InfoWater. The Development Team identified a workaround to the issue with the introduction of the “Conditioned Table-Join” in InfoWater Pro 3.0.
Testing has proven significant performance which also scales up nicely for the large networks and it does not affect performance when dealing will smaller systems. Nothing changes for the end-user but performance increases ranges between 60 to 80% depending on model size.
It would be really helpful to visualize fire flow results such as Hydrant Available Flow in formats such as contours or changing the symbology of junctions. This provides a quick visual of the system and deficient areas or where boundary conditions may be interfering with results.2 votes
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