InfoAsset Manager

Maintain and repair assets ahead of failure, and postpone costly replacement

What is InfoAsset Manager?

InfoAsset Manager consolidates up-to-date asset information on historical, present, and future operation and maintenance activities, so you know how well the network is operating, and the cost of operating and maintaining the assets.


Breaking down data silos

As an automated asset data hub, InfoAsset Manager brings all asset-related data together from disparate systems (e.g. GIS, SCADA, hydraulic models, computerised maintenance management, enterprise asset management, etc.) under one database.


Schedule, dispatch, and track work orders

Efficiently plan, schedule, and dispatch work orders, to conduct all types of inspections for water, wastewater, stormwater and rivers - or to respond to incidents, such as pipe failures or sewer overflows.


Manage inspection data, and assess asset condition

Manage all inspection observation and media, obtained from your crew or contractor, and assess inspection quality. Create and update assets based on inspections, including uncharted manholes and pipes.


What you can do with InfoAsset Manager

Enterprise single source of truth, easy access to data

  • Single database supporting Innovyze workgroup database, Oracle, or SQL Server RDBMS.
  • Comprehensive data model that includes infrastructure, inspections, incidents, interventions, and customers.
  • Choose whether InfoAsset is the owner of data: it can act as the asset register and the single source of truth.
  • Break down data silos by brokering and consolidating data and information.
  • Share data and information across the organisation, including via browser with automatically synchronized InfoAsset Online.
  • Integrate data from a wide variety of sources, including GIS, hydraulic models, computerised maintenance management
  • Manage asset changes through version control, providing provenance and auditing capabilities.
  • Audit current and historic asset information.

Plan, schedule, dispatch, and track work orders

  • Create scheduled work for inspections, surveys, investigations, repairs, and cleaning programmes.
  • Create single work orders or schemes comprising multiple work orders of the same type, or multiples of work orders of different types.
  • Schedule repeat and recurring work orders.
  • Associate work orders against assets and locate work orders associated with assets on a digital map.
  • Assign work to operations/maintenance field crews.
  • Monitor progress in the completion of work with work order status management.
  • Manage and store multiple media types – includes photography, videos, PDFs, etc.

Manage work crew, materials, resources (equipment, hydrants, etc.)

  • Evaluate and monitor crew workload.
  • Calculate estimated resource and material costs.
  • Assign costs and resources to work orders.
  • Manage materials and resources.
  • Track items in inventory and warehouse.
  • Inventory stock control report.
  • Re-order materials and resources.

Inspect assets and manage inspection data & monitor and evaluate asset condition

  • Supports national and regional pipeline and manhole condition management standards such as PACP, MSCC4/5.
  • Supports national and regional pipeline and manhole condition rating algorithms.
  • Supports all types of inspections and surveys (e.g. GPS survey, manhole surveys, dye tests, smoke tests, meter tests, hydrant surveys, etc.).
  • Single source of truth for all inspection data including videos, images, sketches, PDF documents
  • Built in tools to validate and quality assure data and information from the field.
  • Create and update assets based on inspections.
  • Schedule all types of inspections for field crews.
  • Track and monitor inspections using reporting and dashboard tools.
  • Track and monitor field crew performance.
  • Visualize, locate and search for inspections, including defects located on a digital map.
  • Apply themes and labels on inspections and defects.
  • Video replay and navigation tied to defect records.
  • Manage and store video and photograph media.
  • Manage and store historical inspections.

Record, monitor, respond, and address incidents and customer complaints

  • Store and manage customer address points or parcel boundaries.
  • Associate customers to service connection and main line pipes.
  • Ability to use incidents to initiate work orders/tasks in the office and in the field.
  • Associate incidents to customer addresses.
  • Associate incidents to failed assets or off-network locations.
  • Display incident hotspots on map.
  • Track incident status through workflows such as initial customer interview, inspection, and work scheduling and completion.
  • Provides an indicator of performance, failure modes, and effects.
  • Report on the time to respond, first response, and incident closeout, for customer notification and serviceability metrics.
  • Notify customers about incident status, tracking, and monitoring.
  • Associate incidents to the asset that fails either during initial inspection or post-intervention.
  • Use time to the first incident (such as pipe burst in water networks and sewer collapses) as an indicator of asset failure.
  • Calculate asset survival curves and remaining life, using incidents.
  • Analyse incident recurrence and trends and determine causal effects.
  • Store and manage monitoring data (such as flow, pressure and water quality) in time series database.
  • Combine time series data with asset data to better understand network performance and identify planned maintenance.
  • Quickly and reliably assess the integrity of the network and respond to potential overflows, bursts, flooding and other non-routine events, using historic and real time series data.

Store, manage, analyse and report on time series data

  • Leverage time series data in an asset management system to provide insights into asset performance, usage, condition, incident alerts and alarms, and emergency response.
  • Configure connection to any time series data source.
  • Time series reporting tool includes graphics, etc.
  • Query and reporting tools support time series data analysis, such as flow survey, district meter, etc.
  • SQL tool supports spatial time series analysis, e.g. rainfall.

Assess consequence and likelihood of failure, for risk-based decision support

  • Cost estimators for water and wastewater networks – asset installation and rehabilitation costs, using US CCI and UK RPI.
  • Cost estimators based on size, location, material and depth.
  • Cost estimator – calculate asset current value.
  • Depreciation calculated using depreciation cost = installation cost – current value.
  • Lifetime estimator, failure time and survival curves.
  • Depreciation cost report.
  • Rehabilitation cost report.
  • Risk assessment tool based on likelihood (probability) of failure (LoF) and the consequence of failure (CoF).
  • LoF calculator – from cumulative probability graph, fixed aged boundaries, fraction of expected life or percentage probability of failure.
  • CoF calculator – based on the Sewer Rehabilitation Manual (SRM) method.
  • Risk assessment tool – matrix of LoF vs. CoF.