Giswater is a free software that integrates GIS with EPA SWMM, EPANET, and HEC-RAS. It can create master plans for water supply, sewerage, and drainage systems using a powerful database without requiring any licensing fees.
This software offers users the ability to develop master plans of water supply, sewerage, and drainage systems, all without incurring any license costs. It has the potential to develop master plans using only one platform which is 100% open-source software, including EPANET, EPA SWMM, GIS, BBDD, WMS, ERP, CRM, mobile devices or SCADA's, providing users with all the elements they need to develop water management systems.
One of the key benefits of Giswater is the potential for collaborative projects, allowing for more effective and efficient working in a real cooperative manner. This multi-use database approach allows access to the database simultaneously and independently on the number of users, which is highly beneficial. Even expensive proprietary software may not be able to perform up to date in this way, making Giswater an excellent choice for large hydraulic engineering projects that require multiple users working in parallel.
The possibility of the technological dominance of the user is becoming a reality due to the knowledge sharing capabilities provided by Giswater. The key element is that the end-user is no longer dependent on technology and its suppliers, but rather on the training they receive. This is highly advantageous for those operating in the water supply, sewerage systems, urban drainage, and flood risk investigation sectors.
Giswater brings together different technologies which have been tested and proved reliable, such as QGIS, PostgreSQL, EPA NET, and EPA SWMM, with thousands of users all over the world improving and accelerating progress in the respective communities. It is an excellent piece of software that is highly effective and efficient, delivering great results for those who choose to use it.
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