Wonder about hydraulic conditions in your network?

Get answers at your fingertips with a new web application

If you work with a water supply network, you may find these daily operational challenges familiar:

Where is the source of the leaking pipe? Can the network provide sufficient pressure for a new housing area? How much water can a particular fire hydrant supply?

These challenges – and more – often need a quick response. What if you could have the information you need at your fingertips wherever you are?

With DHI WaterNet Advisor, you can access your hydraulic models and get immediate answers with just a few clicks on your tablet, smartphone, laptop or desktop.

DHI WaterNet Advisor supports custom solutions for online network control, with real-time, hindcasting and forecasting capabilities. It provides operational decision support, system forecasts and automated simulations in an easy and efficient manner.


Many water utility operators or emergency response teams depend on experts to get data from the hydraulic models of the water network. This process slows down decision-making, delays tasks and impacts your bottom line.

Imagine a web application that enables you to make better and faster decisions – and which doesn’t require any special knowledge to operate. Here are its core features:

Instantly access your hydraulic models

A username and password is all you need to tap into your water network’s hydraulic models.

No special expertise required

A user-friendly interface makes it easy to support your decision-making and to get answers to common operational questions.

Work anywhere

Available on your tablet, smartphone, laptop or desktop, you can get the information you need wherever you are.

Online control

Connect with SCADA for real-time, hindcast and forecast modelling. Also works with EPANET or equivalent software.

“Excellent tool! Straightforward and appealing at the same time. It is pretty useful in order to carry out performance analysis and quick scenario comparison. It is a very good option for operational staff within water utilities especially for a quick contingency assessment.”

Gaetano Parpajola
Civil Hydraulic Engineer
Aìda - Association of Professional Engineers of Water,
Cévese Parpajola Hydraulic Engineering
Padova Area, Italy

“‘This tool is a very successful advance in the perspective of the generalisation of the use of the modelling of water supply systems.

We greatly appreciate the availability in mobile screens, and as someone said, this tool is ‘. . . the democratisation of the simulation - in the palm of our hand . . .”

Paulo Praça
Senior Technician
Department of Water and Waste Water,
Municipality of Barreiro

How it works

DHI WaterNet Advisor is a web application that is very easy to install and use.

This is how it works:

Step 1

We set up a one-time installation software on your company server (or on Cloud storage).

Step 2

With a username and password, you gain access from a tablet, smartphone, laptop or desktop – whichever you prefer.

Step 3

Select your hydraulic model(s) and connect it to the WaterNet Advisor.

Step 4

You are up and running – with as many users as you specify.

Free demonstration

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Discover how WaterNet Advisor will enable you to make better and faster decisions in the field, and radically improve the way you manage your daily operations.

Request a demonstration of WaterNet Advisor to experience it before you buy it!


WaterNet Advisor app won the title ‘Gold VOD-KA’ 2017 for the best technology in innovation, applicability and originality at the International Water Supply and Sewerage exhibition in Prague!

Request a demonstration of WaterNet Advisor before you buy.

Types of uses

The WaterNet Advisor allows you to make faster decisions – reducing the process from hours or even days to just minutes.

Our web application can be used to run specific requests and answer questions such as:

  • ‘What is the fire flow capacity of my network?’
  • ‘Where will the water flow in an emergency?’
  • ‘What is my remaining network capacity?’
  • ‘What happens if I close this pipe?’ and other what-if scenarios
  • ‘Which valves do I shut down to isolate leaking pipes?’
  • ‘Where is the contaminated water coming from and which part of the network is contaminated?’

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