Aquanuity today announced the worldwide release of its industry-leading ArcGIS Pro-centric AquaTwin Asset for optimizing capital planning, rehabilitation and renewal of drinking water, wastewater and stormwater (“water”) systems while exceeding performance and service goals and driving new business value. The unique combination and tight integration of ArcGIS Pro, AI and advanced network simulation and analytics makes AquaTwin Asset the most powerful and essential risk-based water infrastructure asset management software to help water utilities ensure the long-term sustainability of their water infrastructures. The software can effectively used by both water utilities and their engineering consultants in all phases of the water infrastructure asset lifecycle from early detection and assessment of risks to long range budgeting and planning.
From a revolutionary user experience in industry-leading ArcGIS Pro to complete Artificial Intelligence for condition assessment and defect detection and coding to groundbreaking hydraulic network simulation and life-cycle cost analysis capabilities and advanced analytics, AquaTwin Asset enables engineers at every level to develop the most comprehensive and cost-effective capital improvement plan to sustain better, safer, more resilient, and more efficient water infrastructure systems.
“AquaTwin Asset raises the bar and set new standards for optimizing replacement and renewal of water infrastructure systems,” said Paul Boulos, Aquanuity Chairman and CEO. “This first-of-its-kind geocentric simulation-based asset management technology let users leverage the power of ArcGIS Pro to help them identify problem areas in their water, wastewater and stormwater systems, solve infrastructure issues and prolong asset life, prioritize projects and investment requirements, optimize asset performance, and ensure business and operational continuity – all with incredible speed and ease. We are thrilled to introduce this new revolutionary digital solution to help water utilities transform into smarter, more efficient, more proactive and more resilient entities, and better meet the needs of their growing customer base.”