Giswater is an open software project with the goal of moving from acquired knowledge to shared knowledge in the areas of water supply management, sewerage management, urban drainage management and river hydraulics. Thanks to Giswater today it's possible to manage spatial data in order to communicate with EPANET or EPA SWMM. In addition it's also possible to create a SDF file (a standard DEM file) which it's possible to use in order to import terrain data from GIS to other GIS tools or analysis tools such as HEC-RAS. In some cases the communication could be bi-directional and by this way, the result data modeled from this programs could be stored, indexed and consulted into the spatial database.
A case scenario enables these 'hydro-programs' with a powerful GIS interface, and lays the foundation for achieving management, full operability of water supply systems, sewerage systems, drainage networks and rivers using Web Map Services (WMS), System Control and data Acquisition (SCADA) or Customer Relationship Management Systems (CRMS).
Giswater connects water simulation programs to a powerful GIS interface, and lays the foundation for full management of water supply systems, sewerage systems, drainage networks and rivers using Web Map Services (WMS), System Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) or Customer Relationship Management Systems (CRMS).
Our mission is to move from acquired knowledge to shared knowledge in the areas of water management, such as supply, sewerage, urban drainage or flood risk assessment, and our vision is to develop Giswater, an open software project with the goal to communicate any water simulation software through any Spatial database with any Geographic Information System (GIS) in order to give everybody a real way of open solution of water management.
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