Fluidit Storm

Growing cities change the landscape and use resources around them, they transform dramatically the natural flow routes of water in large areas. These transformations can cause severe runoffs. To design and plan systems that reduce the effects of flashfloods and seasonal heavy rains detailed modeling and simulation is required.

For design engineer

For utility

For universities

Main features

  • Unlimited pipes, nodes and components in all versions
  • Fast GIS-based interface
  • Support for all EPSG-coordinate systems
  • Affine coordinate transform tool
  • Online background maps (Bing Maps, OpenStreetMap, Satellite maps, custom WMS/WFS…)
  • Integrated elevation model, automatic elevation retrieval for junctions and hill shading
  • Reference maps (shp, dxf, geotiff, mif, geojson, GML…)
  • Versatile visualization of components and results
  • Model validator for checking validity of model
  • Calculated raster data from node and user data
  • Informative and user-friendly pipe profiles
  • Based on choice, time series views of the modeling results are updated
  • Pump station capacity analyzer
  • Statistical analysis of results at different levels (system, catchment area and user)
  • Easy-to-use tool for assigning inflow and infiltration to the model
  • Customizable schematics showing the behavior and results of the system
  • Splitting pipes according to lowest and highest elevations
  • Movable and floatable UI-windows
  • Libraries for pipe materials
  • API (Python, JavaScript, RUBY)
  • Programmable system control and setpoints modelling
  • Inheritable and unlimited scenario tree with comparison tools between scenarios
  • Comparison of results for different scenarios
  • Simulation of several quality factors simultaneously
  • Network capacity analyzes