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Why MIKE WaterNet Advisor?

Make critical operational decisions based on real-time information

Control your network online and in real-time for powerful operational decision support. Take advantage of MIKE WaterNet Advisor’s real-time hindcasting and forecasting capabilities to run automated simulations in an easy and efficient manner reducing the time spent on exporting information.

Make decisions with real-time information so your water distribution continues to run at peak performance

Boost the results visualisation power of your existing modelling software

Open any MIKE+ WD (Water Distribution) model, MIKE+ CS (Collection Systems) model or EPANET model, display the contents of the model using predefined layers and edit the model data using the edit tools running on the EPANET or MIKE 1D-based simulation. Load simulation results and display in map view, create thematic maps, display time series, scatter plots, profile plots and browse and animate results.

Access your model from any device

MIKE WaterNet Advisor is very easy to install and use. We set up a one-time installation software on your company server (or on Cloud storage). With a username and password, you gain access from a tablet, smartphone, laptop or desktop – whichever you prefer. Select your hydraulic model(s) and connect it to MIKE WaterNet Advisor. That’s all it takes to get up and running – with as many users as you specify.

Anyone can use the program, there is no special expertise required

Water utility operators and emergency response teams often depend on experts to extract data from hydraulic models which slows decision-making, delays tasks and impacts the bottom line. MIKE WaterNet Advisor doesn’t require special knowledge to operate so the answers are literally at your fingertips. Data can easily be shared across the organisation and from experts to non-experts with ease.

Get On-Line with MIKE WaterNet Advisor

The on-line model is a “live” version of the hydraulic model where water levels, water consumptions, pump and valve settings are as in the physical system. This is accomplished by developing an automatic data link between the hydraulic model and SCADA (telemetry) database and update of the hydraulic model.