Digpro Water



Managing a large network for water and/or waste water requires access to detailed digital maps. dpWater provides that and much more. It is a web-based IT support system that uses maps to manage all phases of the network lifecycle. The network information system becomes a central source of data that allows you to plan, build, deploy, and maintain your network, and guides more-intelligent investment decisions for system upgrades or modifications.

For Both Large and Small Companies

dpWater provides financial and organizational benefits to companies of all sizes. Having access to the right information at the right time provides you with enhanced control of all technical processes.

All tasks and activities related to your network are available in one place with the digital maps as a foundation. Every change made to the map is visible directly in the asset documentation, constantly updated in real time via mobile units by your field crews.

The fully web-based design makes IT administration of the system highly cost effective by eliminating most client administration. Storing all data in a single, unified database simplifies both data integrity and security. The high quality of the network information also creates a better basis for maintenance and investment decisions.

Furthermore, utility companies of all sizes face extensive requirements on reporting to governments and owners on the operational status of the networks. Facilitating and automating this reporting saves time and allows personnel to focus on more important tasks.

Works with Other Systems

dpWater is designed with interoperability in mind. You can easily integrate it with other systems, whether for operational activities like monitoring and control, or commercial activities like finance and customer management. All data entered in dpWater is automatically updated and available to all other systems and users in real time.

Support in Demanding Environments

Water and waste water companies operate in ever-more demanding markets. Authorities are expanding regula­tions, end customers expect more detailed information, and system owners or operators want to maximize their revenue. Meeting these multiple demands is made easier by having access to consistent, accurate, always-available network data.

A Single Geographic Database

Existing information stored in binders, separate databases, or files of individual employees must be transferred, digitized, and stored centrally to ensure consistency and accuracy, and make it accessible to all stakeholders at all times and from anywhere.

This places significant requirements on the network management system. Despite the complexity of the network, the management system must be intuitive and easy to use.

The web-based user interface in dpWater can be configured and customized to adapt to your organization’s needs and processes, and even to the preferences or requirements of the individual user. The ability to tailor the solution reduces the need for training and ensures users will more quickly be able use the system and maximize its features.

Furthermore, water processing utility companies of all sizes face extensive requirements on reporting of the operational status of the networks to governments and owners. Facilitating and automating this reporting saves time and allows personnel to focus on more important tasks.

Key features

  • – Complete web-based asset documentation for water and wastewater and signal network in a single product
  • – All information accessible in a single, unified PostgreSQL or Oracle database
  • – Administrator-driven design regarding selection of objects used in the network model, maps, and user privileges/authority
  • – Customize user configurations regarding menus, maps, search functions, and other parameters
  • – Scalable and upgradable to add modules for calculation, planning, maintenance, case and operation/interruption management
  • – Combine different kind of maps, raster and vector graphics and orthophoto with the network information map
  • – Manual or automated network risk management
  • – Complete web-based registration of all network objects
  • – Topology for water and wastewater network
  • – Automatic quality test and post algorithms ensure high-quality documentation
  • – Identify location of closest stop valve and affected customers using built up topology
  • – Complete lifecycle documentation using state management
  • – Redline capability to support new or occasional users
  • – Standard reports with simple printing facilities, including PDF
  • – Handles long and short transactions

Network Information System

NIS, or Network Information System is supporting the business processes
throughout the entire lifecycle of the network.


Network Lifecycle Management

  • Plan

  • Design

  • Implement

  • Operate

  • Maintain

  • Optimize

Summary of dpWater Features

In the Field Apps

  • Field Network Visualization
  • Field Work Order
  • Field Maintainer
  • Field Customer Connection
  • Field Fault Report

Network Operation

  • Trouble Call Management
  • Outage Management

Network Planning

  • Network Design
  • Network Extensions & Customer Connections
  • Historical, current and predictive Network Analysis
  • Spare Parts & BOM
  • Budget & Actual Cost Calculation
  • Project Management

Network Maintenance

  • Inspection plans and rounds
  • Documents & Images
  • Checklists & Protocols

Interoperability & Interfaces

  • Online Interfaces
  • Enterprise Software APIs
  • ETLs or CIM XML Import/Export

Digpro Base Platform Network Documentation & Visualization (GIS/NIS)

  • Asset Data & Location Registry
  • Network Models (CIM)
  • Customer Data Repository
  • Data Management & Validation
  • Collaboration & Workflow Engine
  • Geographical Maps
  • Oracle Database or Postgre SQL Database