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WaterGEMS V8 XM Edition extends every piece of functionality across all the included CAD, GIS, and stand-alone platforms. For example, GIS users can now exercise total control over engineering units directly within ArcGIS's attribute tables, using the same FlexTables technology they can find in the other included platforms.
With four included platforms - ArcGIS, AutoCAD, MicroStation, and stand-alone - WaterGEMS offers true interoperability without sacrifices. Enjoy full ArcGIS integration without losing the precision of a CAD platform, or the speed and simplicity of a stand-alone platform.
WaterGEMS allows your modeling team to collaborate without surrendering individual skills, maintaining a single modeling data set without platform restrictions.
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WaterGEMS gives you the same hydraulic, fire flow, water quality, criticality, energy, and capital cost analysis features available in WaterCAD, plus advanced optimization and productivity modules to help you accomplish every modeling task.
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ArcGIS users can natively leverage ESRI's geodatabase architecture to maintain a single dataset for both modeling and GIS.
The award-winning WaterGEMS V8 XM Edition provides a much tighter ArcGIS integration providing access to FlexTables, the Scenario Control Center, and every other WaterGEMS feature without ever leaving your ArcMap environment.
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Time-saving features help you streamline data entry and leave you more time for engineering and decision-making.
Use flexible tabular reports, maintain your own engineering attribute libraries for faster data input, create persistent multi-parameter queries, and manage engineering units on the fly.
If you already have CAD drawings, GIS files, or external databases for your water system, you are only a few clicks away from having a WaterGEMS model of your network.
Geospatial modules help you allocate demands and elevations automatically, while easy to use wizards help you extract data and topology from your geospatial data sets, SCADA and external databases.
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WaterGEMS gives you more creative ways to collaborate with your team, clients, and colleagues:
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Simulate contamination, fires flow scenarios, pipe breaks, and power outages and find the best operational strategies to address them. Use the new Criticality Analysis Center to determine critical network segments to prioritize rehabilitation investment.
Use WaterGEMS' Scenario Control Center to organize an unlimited number of design, water demand, operation, and network topology scenarios, create solution scenarios on the fly, and compare results for better decision-making support.
WaterGEMS accurately models the operation of variable-speed pumps, pressure-dependant demands, rule-based controls, and hydrants to emulate the most complex operational strategies. Develop energy-saving strategies using WaterGEMS to determine the cost of operating your pumps using any energy tariff.
Spot operational bottlenecks with animated 3D graphs of time-variable data, use property-based color coding, element symbology and annotation, find low pressure zones or poor chlorine concentration areas by generating contour maps, plot multiple attributes for a series of elements on the same profile, and analyze tabular data with full unit control, built-in filtering, sorting, and statistical analysis.