Innovyze gets ready for OzWater 2018 event bringing the next generation of modelling software with them!

Tweed Heads, Australia, May 1, 2018

The month of May is going to be busy for the Innovyze Asia Pacific team. Attending events for Stormwater New Zealand in Queenstown, the national FMA conference on the Gold Coast and making their first stop at one of the biggest international water conferences held in Australia - OzWater. The event is sure to attract thousands of local and international experts for three days of exhibitions, panels and networking to discuss the latest in water innovation.

This year, Innovyze are ready to share their latest in water innovation with Patrick Bonk presenting his Live Sewer Networks -  Operational Modelling and Predictive Real-Time Decision Support Tools paper which focuses on demonstrating ways in which Australian Councils and utilities can implement and utilise existing skillsets, data sets, IT infrastructure and software tools.

Patrick BonkPatrick Bonk, a Professional Hydraulics Engineer since 2011 has a Masters in Engineering Design of Sustainable Infrastructure and joined the Innovyze Asia Pacific team in 2014 with a focus and passion towards the emergence of real-time decision support tools and software advancements within the context of Smart Water systems.

The morning presentation will include a number of case studies that have occurred globally using ICMLive and how models can be produced allowing optimised planning and operations without increasing model centric expenditure providing the ability to predict spills before they happen.

Operational modelling and predictive real-time decision support tools are being utilised in sewer networks globally. The intent of the presentation is to methodically demonstrate ways in which Australian Councils and Utilities are well positioned to successfully implement and utilise with existing skillsets, data sets, IT infrastructure and software tools. If one assumes the project cost of rebuilding a master planning model every 3-5 years for a population of 250,000 people is approximately $500,000, reallocating these funds into development and maintenance of live hydraulic operational/master planning models will allow both optimised planning and operations without increasing model centric expenditure.

With only a week to go we expect another successful OzWater event as we have witnessed in the past. Make sure to put booth D06 on your walking trail in the AWA Event App and join Patrick Bonk for his live sewer modelling presentation at 9:30am, Thursday 10th May 2018.


Patrick Bonk
Sewer Solutions Leader
Phone: +61 (0) 7 5506 5700

Alana Deghelli
Marketing Executive for Asia Pacific
Phone: +61 (0) 7 5506 5700

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