Fully dynamic, interoperable, and versatile
The only sanitary and combined sewer model that can be run from within AutoCAD, ArcGIS, and MicroStation, and as a stand-alone application, and with two built-in dynamic engines for accuracy and compliance.
SewerGEMS is a fully dynamic, multi-platform, sanitary and combined sewer modeling solution. Engineers can analyze sanitary or combined conveyance sewer systems using built-in hydraulic and hydrology tools and a variety of wet-weather calibration methods. From urban sewer planning to overflow remediation analysis to optimized Best Management Practices designs, SewerGEMS provides an easy-to-use environment for engineers to analyze, design, and operate sanitary and combined sewer systems.
One product. One model file. Four included platforms.
Users of SewerGEMS enjoy the power and versatility afforded by working across CAD, GIS, and stand-alone platforms while accessing a single, shared, project data source. With SewerGEMS, utilities and consultants have built-in support for four interoperable platforms, all packaged together in a single product:
- Windows standalone for ease of use, accessibility, and performance;
- ArcGIS for GIS integration, thematic mapping, and publishing;
- MicroStation for bridging geospatial planning and engineering design environments; and
- AutoCAD for convenient CAD layout and drafting.
Utilities and consultants can share a single dataset using different interfaces, and modeling teams can leverage the skills of engineers from different departments. Engineers can flatten learning curves by choosing the environment they already know and provide results that can be visualized on multiple platforms.
Who Uses SewerGEMS: Learn how municipalities, utilities, and engineering firms use SewerGEMS to plan, design, analyze, and optimize their wastewater collection systems.
SewerGEMS Users Also Bought: Learn how you can leverage Bentley’s comprehensive water modeling, asset management, and GIS solutions along with SewerGEMS.
How to get the latest SewerGEMS version
What's new in the latest SewerGEMS?
Make water and sewer systems more efficient
Optimize land development project delivery
Preventing sewer overflow
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